Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 16
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Belp for the Working Gir By MARY PRIME NEW YORK -- Heave will get help protecting th perking girt. ·-.Howard 3; C o h o o n , wh C p u n d e d the Homemaker' Forum, a non-profit organiza iion to help housewives, has- se ·up a similar organization -fo career girls and working wives He calls it the Working Worn en's Forum. I ."We'll · help solve problems field gripes, and encourag women to exchange' hints o ·cTfiore-cuts' which lighten their tfcuble load," said Cohoon on yi$it here from his home · in Jackson, Miss.. · * * * JOE GOT the idea for-a sep arate organization after receiv ing hundreds of-letters from working women. Statisti.cs als show a need for the group, h said. A recent Census ?Bureai survey reported that 22 million Women now work. Of .these about 13 million are married Labor Secretary James P Mitchell predicted that 28 mil Htm women will be employed on ti-f ull or part-time basis by 1965 ^No. 1 problem before- the forum is the expense of caring fqr the kids while Mom works. ·» "Women want to deduct ex penses «uch as. nursery ichools, One woman advlied ^keeping - · · · - - " a pair of cotton glovei in the office desk to. keep hands clean while changing typewriter ribbons. daytime babysitters, and dren's carfare from their income tax," said Cohoon. "Of course, we can't promise results, x but we'll explore avenues of action." He recommended, writing to Congressmen about deductions and having a resolution read into the Congressional Record. e working gals also called fo'r -Social Security for housewives, an end to'discrimination against women in business, higher salaries,, better supervision of children, and more- help fronrhusbands with house hold chores. ' · · ' : * · * * BOSSES QOX their share of criticism, too. Women complained that the bosses work them, won't allow coffee breaks, and object to'long'fin- gernails and hair in pincurls. her. boss didn't like her to look at her. watch. Novv *he .keeps a watch In her desk! drawer. When.'she wants to .know the tirne.-she opens the drawer and pretends to hunt for something. Then there's the girl .who works in an office.which for bids personal phone calls. She solved the problem by devislnj a code so that when dates cal Another woman. found that her; the. · conversation lounds strictly businesslike.* ' Have .any bosses sent.- in gripes about the gals? · ·' "'Not yet,". laid Cohoon '(a boss'himself), "but they probably-will--in self defense." ·· AMONG CAREER WOMEN Benefit Bridge Set by Alumnae ~ Alpha Xi Delta alumnae will open their 'hearts in the ,true Valentine spirit to members anc jues'ts at-a; benefit bridge at £ ).rh. Friday in the.home of Mrs. Vayne Fitzgerald, 245 Park Ave. Proceeds will be given to the -alumnae's philanthropy. Assisting the current local hostess with lecorations and refreshments in Valentine motif will be ilmes. Fred Gibson, Jack Hol- John Kelly, O. F. Noss, Paul Williams iongBeach - See Page DD1 By SteDa--Chapter of National Secretaries Assn will hostess its third annual Executives Night banquet tonight at the Hawaiian Restaurant, traditional party which enables each secretary member to, honor her own boss In particular and all bosses in general. -Special guests from .Downey will include Glenn Kendall, assistant city manager, who will be main guest speaker. He will be accompanied by his secretary/Betty Robison; Delia Doyle (Downey city c l e r k ) , Mayor ,and Mrs.. Carroll Dunnum and Peggy Dutro (secre- :ary. to Mayor Dunrium). .Committee in charge of the ala event is composed of-Beverly Williams (PR Products), Ruth Stone (Phillips 'Patterp Mfg.), Claire Jone», (Philco Corp.) and Pat Gearhart (City of Lakewood). Pilot Club Robert Zweig of the Reading Specialists in Reducing lot 20 Yeart Call today for your complimentary figure analysis, HEmlock 6-5247 936 PINE AVENUE 9-9 WEEKDAYS 9-1 .SATURDAY N a tip ri efl :Sec reta ries to Honor Bosses ANNE GBLCHBIST TELL TROTH Betrothal of D i a n e Evylene Lynn to Elvis Derrel GoUihugh has been announced by her mother, Mrs. Wilma E, Lynn of Long Beach.. The bride-elect is a student at Jordan High School, her fiance's alma mater. Son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gollihugh, he will attend LBCC. The chemise makes a bit in cotton knit ForfrM end easy flattt'ry L. . fashion-most chero!i« by Mori* Phillip* in cotton knit wMi a bandimn* herringbone texture, mor« fathfon n«w t* th* rtandaway cofer and ti*. Black, browfn or iKivy with white, J4.95 v \ ". Guidance Center, special In- tructor for those: with reading roblems, was the Informative guest speaker -at .the February usiness and dinner meeting oi jong'Beach Pilot Club conduct- d at the Lafayette Hotel last reek. Zweig called "attention 6 the work being done' in the ublic schools to assist students vercome .poor reading.,ability and habits. He said that edu- itors'now feel there is .a* defi- iite ; link "between inability to ead properly 'and juvenile de- nquency. · ' . ' · ' ' .' When children are poor reads; whether from-physical .' :cts or because of emotional easons, they tend to,fall bend in ichool accomplishment rith the result-that their tenons increase and problems ultiply. When they are giv» i special reading help, their ;titudes toward social prob- ms and academic ones almost variably improve. On the business side of the rening's ledger,' several/ com- littee reports were heard and ew standing rules, proposed by ane Sparks, were ratified.' National Secretaries Lillian Wood (secretary to amea D. Harris, vice presl- ent-general c o u n s e l of the luor Corp., Ltd.) was select-' d by the Queen Beach Chap- r of N a t i o n a l Secretaries ssn. as its representative can- date for "Outstanding Secre- ary of .Southern California." le winner of the area contest len will compete In the na- onal selections.' Mrs. Wood as named at the chapter's Uth birthday party in the Sup- er.Room of the Lafayette last eek. . President Elma Braid intro- uced special g u e s t s Marie ishop, southwest' vice .presl- ent; -Dorine George, California i v i s i o n president; Reatha person, division first vice presi- ent, and Athene Hensley, di- sion second vice president h a r t e r members and past residents of Queen B e a c h Chapter were honorees of the night Charter members pres- nt were Esther. Crowley, Vi ovey, Madaline Ferguson, Pat utto, Freda Kirk, Phyllis Tre nski, Felda Wilson and Verla 'ilson. Past presidents intro- uced were Margaret Ericson, ladaline Ferguson,' 'Betty Maoney," Jeanne Hissner and Mae Wells. Dr. Herman Harvey, assocl' :e professor of psychology at SC, was guest;«peaker. His opic, "How to'Eh joy Life, h o u g h Normal," p r o v e d nought-provoking and highly musing as well your /as/iibn store in 'fae/monf shore WE,THE P«g. B-2-INDEPENDENT Mlf.,Thin.,M. 11, If It Stoty League Celebrates 19th Year Long Beach Story League celebrated its 19th birthday Feb. 10 with an attractively appointed luncheon in NprthLong Scach Methodist Church. Using iie club's colors Mrs. John,D. Bowler 'Jr. arranged daffodils, daisies and stock on Cables decorated with yellow-umbrella* and. nut cups on green doilies. During the program members explored the .enchantment of the fairy tale. Mrs. H. A. Zelsdorf gave a story from the Far STorth, Miss Margaret 'Greer told a tale of enchantment from Spain, a modern 'story was told, by Mrs: Charles Carver and Miss Hazel Bums, .program' chairman, added a true story. * . * * MOTHERS OF the newly- organized Junior Story League who were honored guests included Mmes. Irene Kirk, Helen Pinney, Lillian Wallace, H. A, Robinson and L. F. DeLozier. Mrs! Rose E. Berry, president, · conducted'the business session and .Mrs.. Ada Lv Lyon led de- . votions. MRS. KNOWLAND HONORED Distinguished addition to the roster of the Long Beach Council of Republican' 'Women was made Wednesday when' Mrs. Logan H. Goodkmght (right), president, presented an honorary membership, to Mrs. William F. Knowland, wife of U. -S. Sen. Knowland who is a candidate for governor. Looking on is Mrs R. G. Kenyon, president of the California Federation of Republican Women's-Clubs. Mrs. Knowland was guest of honor at the Council'si reciprocity meeting for members of Presidents Club at Wilton Hotel.--(Staff Photo.) MissMunoz Says Vows in Church For her marriage to Melvyn Hark Driscoll in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church, Eloise -Munoz wore a floor- length gown.of white net over t a f f e t a ' d e s i g n e d with long fitted lace sleeves-and bodice Cake in Valentine Motif Honors Prospective Bride A cake decorated in a Valen^ tine · motif - and bearing the lames "Charlyn and Darrell" within two hearts centered the essert table', in the home of /lisa Janice Knapp, 910 Terraine Vve., er last week when she and maiden hair fern adorned the ... mother, Mrs. Willardtea table. Mrs. Pearle Decker, Snapp entertained for Miss of South Dakota, mother of the prospective b r i d e g room, was among the. guests. Charlyn Jolly. The honoree will become the tride Saturday of Darrel Briggs Cotton In Belmont Heights tfethodist Church. The bride-elect also' was eted at a linen shower when er cousins, Mrs. Lyndell.Bur- lett and Mrs. Otto Gillingham, invited family members to Mrs. Burnett's 1 new home in Buena 'ark. CARNATIONS In shades of link and red, and pink candles were arranged in the center of he lacerpovered tea table. Mrs. Jdgar R. Callahan, sister of the iride-to-be, presided at the tea urn.' On Sunday afternoon Mrs. Plenty of Soap 'Whether you are a ihower splasher or a tub soaker plenty of soap" and scrubbing is essential.to ; get really clean. Natural oils of the body shed water. Thus just letting soapy water splash over you does little. to, remove a daily accumulation of grime. OUTHERN CUirORNIA MILITARY ACADEMY _J 3043 Charry Avwiix, LM* I*«h, C.llf.nil. r«r Y«iin«r l«y»--InMll Cl«m--High St*n4r4l PhMB HImlack 1-1119 «r CMitvUw 1-1T41 . Thomas C. Jolly, mother of the bride-elect, and her daughter entertained at a tea In the Lafayette Hotel for Miss Jolly'i bridal attendants. A ceramic bridal party surrounded by pink carnations and Special Guests When Unit 133,-Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet -Reserve Assn., honored it national officers' at a recent business meet- ng at the Woman's Club" in Bellflbwer, distinguished guests of the evening from Long Beach and. Lakewood included Mmes. Joseph Keehan, regional vice president, southwest; Louis Vfurray Jr., past national president; Florence Ross and William C. Butterhoff, both past national presidents. · Mrs. Herbert C. Howard, president, of Jnit 133, conducted the meet- Ing. Save Carpet Constant family trips up ·carpeted stairs «oon show as the .edge of treads begtas to wear. For longer use of a stair carpet shift the carpet an inch or two downward at intervals. To do'this a homeowner must allow a. foot extra in" length when buying stair carpet. Then the extra length, is folded against one or', two /risers at the top of the stairs until used. Watch Your Diet What you eat Invariably affect* #)tir general appearance. For fine lustrous hair add fresh vegetables, fresh fruit and sea food- to the regular diet. These foods are rich in minerals and iodine, good for hair health.- Set Nail Polish Blowing on wet nail polish Is a waste of wind. The quickest way to set nail polish Is to run cold water over your fingernails after applying it makes you want to Wake Up and Live i ·/ · · · , ' . ' · ' . ALL-NEW INSTANT FOLOER'S COFFEE the instant with the fresh-brewed, flavor I I1IIJJ. A. FOLCIK 1 CO. ROMANCE TOLD Mr. and Mrs. King Wolkow of Long Beach have announced the engagement of their daughter, Lynda Jean, to Donald Lee Keller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam E. Keller of Denver, Colo. Both young persons attend ,- the .University of -Colorado, they will marry in June. Mrs. Melvyn Clark DrfecoD and a pleated lace front panel inserted in the- bouffant skirt. A pearl-studded tiara secured her vefi of Illusion and she held a bouquet of white carnations and orchids. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Munoz, 2110 E. 19th St, was -given in marriage by tier father. Her bridegroom,'*. parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Driscoll, 2014 St. Louis Ave.,' Maid, of honor Lupe Munoz was attired in orchid net over t a f f e t a ; bridesmaids Alic« Munoz, Grade Perez and Mary Herrera wore similarly styled dresses of pink, yellow; and blue, respectively. All carried arrangements of · carnations in colors to match th'eir frocks. * « · ' * » ' ; OTHER MEMBERS of tfie w e d d i n g party were. Donald Burns, best man; Herb Gaw, George Utterback and Wayne Mack, ushers; Diane Herrera, flower girls, and Mike Woodson, ring bearer, The -bride is a graduate "of Polytechnic High School; ' her husband received bis education at .Wflson High School. After a reception at Norway Halt the couple 'left .for a honeymoon stay at Mt. Baldy and now are residing at 1706 Sherman PI. . TAIL GffilS ONLY DOLLAR DAY CLEARANCE D R E S S E S The New SPRING . FASHIONS for TALL GALS have irrivcd. Visit SHELLY'S TALL SHOP today. We have just received our TAIL chemise and sack dresses, and'our complete line of SwimsuitJ. THE

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