Independent from Long Beach, California on March 14, 1966 · Page 14
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 14

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P«g» B-5--INDEPENDENT letch, C«ni., M«., W, IN4 Sutherlin-Gripp ·$ vows said Friday More than 400 guests witnessed Friday nuptials in North Long Beach Brethren Church uniting Marilyn Joanne Gripp and Franklin Charles Sutherlin. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Elmo E. Baker, 460 E. 57th St., and Leonard Gripp. Mr. and Mrs. Ferald Sutherlin, 6031 Lemon Ave., are parents of the bridegroom. For her wedding, the bride selected an empire gown of silk faced peau-de-soie accented by a fitted bodice of jeweled lace. A detachable chapel-length t r a i n complemented the slim sheath skirt. Her cathedral-length veil was caught by a jeweled lace crown. Members of the bridal entourage included: Mrs. Gary Sutherlin, matron of honor; Sue I n 1 o w, Mmes. Tim Holbrook, Terry Humphries, Howard Woodruff, bridesmaids; and Caron Schuster, flower girl. Gary Sutherlin was his brother's best man. Ushers were Bob Hoffman, Terry Humphries, Donn King and Dennis Merzei; Kent Bickell carried the rings to the altar. After a church reception the newlyweds departed on a trip to Northern California. The bridegroom is working toward a master's degree at Chapman College and is a member of the American Association of Engineers. · WHY GROW OLD? Beauty plan comes to an en d By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Here we are at the end of. my Eight Week Beauty Improvement Plan. At least this is the end of the eight weeks for those of you who started right at the beginning. After l o s i n g unwanted pounds don't return to the old way of life, with too little exercise and too much food. Naturally if you are now the weight you wish to be you can eat more than you have been eating. If you stiii have more to lose then con-: tinue as you have been. You can "hold that line," Eat less food. Take smaller servings. Bakej broil or boil. Give up rich sauces and dressings, gravy, cream and fried foods. MRS. F. C. SUTHERLIN Housekeeping guide offered by government The U.S. Public Housing administration has sponsored a new 24-page guide to easy and efficient housekeeping, now available from the Government Printing Office. This illustrated guide tells how to take care of stoves, refrigerators, ...bathrooms, floors, cleaning tools, trash cans, woodwork, and furniture. It also includes tips on home safety and suggestions on how to prepare an over-all housekeeping plan. Called "Simplified Housekeeping Directions," this handbook may be ordered from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington 25, D.C. Enclose. 15s for each copy. Sample Menus BREAKFAST cup apple sauce, unsweetened cup com flakes with one teaspoon sugar and 4 oz. skim milk slice toast lightly buttered Coffee or tea without sugar or cream LUNCHEON Shrimp salad made of 3 oz. of canned shrimp or about 15 medium shrimp, celery, 1 % tablespoons commercial mayonnaise,, and one hard boiled egg. Onion if desired Carrot sticks oz. skim milk DINNER oz. roast leg of lamb .(lean) cup spinach with vinegar or lemon juice cup butternut squash with teaspoon butter slice pineapple on lettuce leaf with grated cheese on top . One small hard roll with teaspoon butter cup ice cream Total-calories for day--1155 H you are lunching at a restaurant, order a seafood plate or salad. Remember a fruit cup instead of a heavy dessert. When you are at a Coeds named to dean's list Patricia Granger and Moreen Miles, Long Beach, have been named to the dean's list at Marymount College, Palos Verdes Estates, for academic excellence. party take small helpings of the rich foods. If you drink a lot of coffee or tea, learn to enjoy it without sugar or cream or use an artificial sweetner. Form the habit of drinking skim milk or powdered fat- free milk. Make exercise and short fAdyertlswrwnll Look Younger Remarkable improvements in complexion beauty arc attained by skin vitalizing. Wrinkles are smoothed and the skin texture takes on a glorious refined bloom and an English countryside look. Before retiring, smooth on a film of iaotonic Olay vitalizing night cream using upward and outward massaging strokes. Drug stores are able to supply this special vitalizing cream. .. . Margaret Merri] rest periods a regular part of your day. £*" For snacks keep the following items on hand: carrot, celery or cauliflower sticks, fresh fruit, vegetable:: juice, unsweetened f r u j . J , « juice and low calorie sofc, drinks. j ^ II YOU wotHd like lo k!« "pour* 1 In"to next elohl w«*s, vou will .waol my BIP Kll. This olves you comoWle- direction!, i calorie chart andwt!ghl. and htlehl chart. exercises, and-aWo Includes It* unlo.ue wall cliart on which vou can dot Your prooresi. On;' IMs vou can walcfi your bfaury Mr* rise as vour we'oh Ine drops. If vou wo'ld IliS th« BIP K(l swrfHcenls, plus 15 «nls lor postal* and vour prrnlcd name ar.ll Kidres! wlUi Vour request. Address Joseohlr* Lo«msn m care of The moepcndenl, Puss-Trie- cram. - ., NIAGARA CYCLO MASSAGE FOR THE RELIEF OF ... ·ACHES AND PAINS · NERVOUS TENSION · SLEEPLESSNESS · MUSCLE SPASM · BACKACHE · TIRED FEET · ARTHRITIS · RHEUMATISM and to increase circulation wherever applied You've seen if on TV, in Magazines, and heard if on the radio. Also RECOMMENDED BY: · Joe Pyne · B-en Hunter · Jack Wells · Wendell Nobel · Myron J. Bennett · Bob Grant 1 · Ron McCoy and KABC and KFI Radio. | FOR MORE INFORMATION WRITE OR CAU~| NIAGARA OF LONG BEACH 4125 long Beach Blvd. GA 7-8735 BUDGET BREAKFASTS 55* Your choice of: 2 Sausage Links Hashed Browned Potatoes Buttered Toast Cup of Manning's Coffee ·or- Scramblcd Eggs Buttered Toast Cup of Manning's Coffee 2 Eggs Buttered Toast Cup of Manning's Coffee . . or · 2 Hot Cakes Syrup and lUittcr 1 Strip of Bacon Cup of Manning's Coffee plus four additional Budget Breakfasts No place like manning's CAFETERIAS Long Beach 327 Pine Ave. Qfaijio^ (even Hawaii) : : .?$Wi :.'i'ci: ::S : ' : :i-.l 1S.!6i*eb.;?r" with IMtedh newEbmlltwel Credit Card. It's United's latest idea to help you Discover America a little easier. And it starts April 9.* You can start things off now by walking into a United ticket office and showing one of your credit cards. You have a few in your wallet right now. From an oil company. Or a restaurant. Or a department store. Then you fill out a form. That's it. We'll arrange to give you (that's right, it's free) your new United Personal Travel Credit Card. And you can charge off to anywhere we fly. And we fly to more cities than any other airline. It may take a week or two to get your United card. In the meantime, you charge your first trip by merely filling out the application. * Subject to CAB. approval We'll bill you later, of course. And you can pay) as little as 10% of the unpaid balance each month. For trips, vacations--for sheer ease and convenience--you'll want to carry one of our new cards. It even works on our new 25% off Excursion Fare. So get one. But don't hurry. Today's soon enough. "Oh yean.eash. 1 remember that." . . friendly skies of e/ United.

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