Independent from Long Beach, California on February 25, 1964 · Page 14
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It IOIA MASTEWON and all FROM ALL : - THREE MEN . those women! la their glory · the other day at a luncheon meeting of the Women's GeiJd of Gvic Light Opera "wjre John Sarver, president ·o£CLO.' Harvey Waggoner a.-Jl Jim Boyd, who bears : - wilh pride the title of presi- .dejit emeritus, all deserve fine recognition! . betting back to the guild, meeting was at the Ridder ; rclne at 4601 Long Beach Blvd. with hostess Ponnie Ridder and guild president. Brtsy Taubman, greeting guests -- about 75 women. ·Airf those hicky three men. - ' Although it wai lots of fur} (and Uie fellows were sutrounded at all times by adfelring feminine types) Cedar thsre was much business dofi, loo. · . Purpose of the business ViaJ to spearhead plans for raising more funds for the .dejtning. sprightly local group of artists. It was «i- plilned to the women the tremendous cost cf pro- duting good i hows wilh over tan). daughters, g r a n d c hildren and great-grandchildren poured into Long Beach to irip dad (or g r a n d d a d ) celebrate his 90th birthday. It was a real weekend gathering of the clan at Gene and Rafph Manns' home, 5703 Cor so di Napoli. in honor of her dad and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Manns of San Marino (25- year residents of that city, in fact). In addition to host arid hostess, the house blazed merrily wtih the conversation of the other "kids." Cecil and Pierre Tracy of Rapids. Iowa. Olive and Clinton Seaman of WestfieM. N.J, Edna and Walter Manns of San Diego, Miry Lou and William Manns cf Ottumwa, Iowa, and Jerrie and Leslie Manns cf Gore. Olda. In addition, there were 11 grarukhildren t h e r e with their children to a total of smart stls aad costuming 17 additional party makers regardless of the volunteer for their beloved Ernest, hours so generously Jj was estimated that about 230,000 work hours are* given, gratis, by volunteers who sent on stage or off? Counted in wages, if they had to be paid, one of the* knowledgable speakers rated it would cost more than a half million dollars. So .volunteers, take a bow, ctraer tta;e. Music lovers, Except for F u l l e r t o n grandchildren aad great- grandchildren, all stayed at the Manas here in their ipacious six · room house. Even then, it had to be dormitory fashion! Saturday they went to Disneyland, Sunday they toured Kaotts and then .Monday they had a harbor tour aad the actual birthday dinner. Pioneer Family Member Married in Fullerton ·-.*-. Now honeymooning in Honolulu ire Mr. and Mrs. George H. McMillen (the former Geralee Jeia Rthbeb) following their wedding at Our Saviour Lutheran Church in Fullerton. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rehbeia of FuUertoa. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrj. Earle M. McMillen of Long Beach. He 1$ the grandson of Mrs. Georje A. Mansion «r.d the late Mr. armion and the treat frartdson of William M. Marmion, one of the early settlers of Long Beach. A white satin sheath appliqued with Alencoa lace was chosen by the bride for her wedding. Her French iiusion veil fell from a sitin pillbox headpiece embroidered with seed pearls. KATHY REHBELV attended her sister ai maid of honor. The bridegroom's niece, · Lynda Sue McMillen. was flower girt Allan * R. McMillen. brother of the bridegroom, served as best man and Richard and Donald Montgomery' were ushers. The new Mrs. McMillen graduated from FuIIerton Junior College and attended Western Michigan University, where she affiliated with Sigma Sigma Sigma. Her husband graduated from Polytechnic High School and Long Beach Slate College. The couple will reside in Garden Grove. -·i ;»'! ;. * .: - -* « 1 ..·*'· _3.i?« ^.^wrstAajC-tJk *· j£jr a Mrs. Gtorge H- McM.llen INSTALLATION GOWN In the home o[ Mrs. B. T. Thompson, 5471 FJ Jardin (from left), -Mmes. J. F_ Ratliff and Ross E. La Cost see Mrs. Charles H. Green, president of Woman's Music Club, model gown which she wore for her installation. Founders' Day program Wednesday in Edgewater Inn will feature a parade of club members modeling past presidents' installation gowns. W E , T H E P«5* 8-4--INDEPENDENT t»n* luck. Calif., Twrv, Ft*. U, !»·« IT'S NEW . . . NOW AT PASCHALL'S fifosrih C/mJr DERM A - CLEAR Non-Dryir9 Soap for ScniHivt Slum mi soc ,L,tii vi« sict *itbr«fular I iii* fr.icrift;«.» Site* MM 2114 Atlantic Are. Ope* Til 10 P.M. OA 5-55*5 Woman's Music Club EbellClub to Note Founders Day Schedules Woman's Music Club will observe its 56th anniversary at a Founders Day luncheon and program Wednesday noon at the Edgewater Inn. Mrs. Charles II. Green will preside. Mrs. Ross E. La Cost will five the invocation aad Mrs. Roy Harmon Wolfers will respond to the president's greetings on behalf of past presidents. ' · MRS.IE.RATLUFWIII LecturG.Tea present the afternoon pro- ' gram. "The Passing Parade." a resume of historical highlights illustrated by club members modeling the origi- ml installation gowns of past presidents. Appropriate comments and songs by Mrs. Ratliff will be accompanied by Mr.«. Annette Gridley. A memorial service commemorating late past presidents will be conducted by Mrs. Arthur F. Bonzer. Mrs. 1. B. House will speak of the founder and charter members and will tell of honors achieved by the clab in its early activities in the California Federation cf Music Clubs. Ebell Club, with the Antiques Department in charge of the program, will present its semi-annual lecture and display Thursday at I'M p.m. Mrs. John Cuthbert. chairman, will present Mrs. Arthur F. Eonzer. collector and lecturer, who will display her shawl collection and speak on "From ih Vale cf Kashmir.TM After the program, tea will be served in the patio; Mrs. Russell M. Brougher and Mrs. Carroll R. Thorn will be hostesses. Johnston-Hufsell THE PERSON' who owns the article you've found may be trying to reach you. Be Have July sure to read the "LostTM ads in the Classified Section 12 now. MAKE THE UK TEST between WONDER and any other bread Engagement of Barbara · Carol Johnston and Garry Lee Hutseil has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Johnston of Long Beach. The couple will marry July 5 at Woodruff United Church of Christ. Miss Johnston will be graduated in June from Polytechnic High S c h o o l where she is president of Delta Chi Sorority. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hutseil, also cf Long Beach, was graduated from Millikan High School and currently attends Los Angeles Harbor College. He served as president of Gamma Epsilon Tau at Harbor. HAPPY LITER Milton B. Arthur, past president and member of the Long Beach Recreation Commission, is presented honorary life membership to National Congress of Parents and Teachers by Mrs. Charles F. Reed, representing Long Beach Council. Honor was awarded Arthur for his contribution to the youth of the city. Auxiliary Drive On for /o Insfall Eye Glasses Oswald Jacoby Avoidance Play Used]''' South had two ways -it keep out cf trouble with tv d.iy's hand. The first way would have been to pass three no-trump r,d let hi» partner play the hand. It wuuld have been a Ijy down against a spade or diamond opening and probably would have been made against a lead of a club or heart. At least there -would have been no defense if the play were perfect. ; The other way to avoid · trouble would have been to mate four hearts by meani of an avoidance play. \ East won the first trick wilh the king of diamonds · oser West's jack and shifted i to a Io\v trump. South drew J trumps and cashed the king , of clubs. At this point East.'. made the brilliant play of . dropping the jack. He want-. ' ed to stay out of the lead. · Now West had to get ii with a club and a »pade lead set the contract. * » · · WHERE \VAS the avoidance play? South should have won the first heart in dummy. Then he would lead the queen of diamonds and NO MEN! LADIES ONLY EXCLUSIVE IUT 44 ~~ NOT EXPENSIVE* REX'S the difference the difference TASTE the difference Ht tfft. f*«e»inry Cloi.rf $·· . MM. V KMO MM ad tor ftiliir* r*«r«iK« 53» W. *fc n. 437-102* Mrs. Russell Olson wall be installed president of Postal A u x i l i a r y at 7-50 p.m. Wednesday following a 630 pjn. pot-hick held jointly with Postal Supervisors. The events will take place in Veterans Memorial Clubhouse. 101 E. 2Sth St. Mrs. Ro!y Selover will be installing o f f i c e r . Others taking office will be Mmes. Adam Jaso. Frank Luker. Harry Vajelsang and Robert Chaffce. Faculty Wives Plan Benefit Sale Long Beach City College Faculty Wives will have an "Easter Bonnet Sale" for members and guests Thursday in the home of Mrs. Joe Hicks. Proceeds from the evening event will be added to trie club's annual scholarship f u n d . Hostesses will be Mmes. Richard Malone. Harmon Clark and Charles Hv heiseJ. New WONDER "Soft Whirled" Has No Holes-Perfect Texture Prove H la yourself. Srrvr your fjmJy the tmi thai Kit * d.ftVrrrKC you ran trt . . . a difference you ran (nt t .. a nd a d i Sntrff yo"j ra n la Jf. Worrfrr "Soft Whirled " I4« pafert triture- has r» roles. AnJ rvrry slire h.it CSjt fjmotn flavor that has made Worxbr * fjvoritr s!l !v*r the country. Ot r*w W«n*T "'Soft Whirled 1 ' Errad todiy and jcil; the triple trst wrsfir. C'"", CONTlNIKTAl tiriNIJ COMfJlNT, l Helps Build Strong Bodies 12 Ways ICSTAUI1XTS FAMOUS FOR THEIR CHILDREN'S BIRTHDAY PARTIES mi ItmOAT tut FOR THE BROUP WCIIl C1FT FOR THE sum CF KOIOR FFU IULOOIS AID TOTS FIR 1IJ. THE C KUDU El «a Dl f*f HOOT'S HOOT'S Los Alias ME 3-8123 GE 4-T4H North Long Beach Junior Women's Club, a division of Los Cerritos District, California Federation of Women's Clubs, is collecting discarded eye Blisses and sending them to the non-profit New Eyes for the Needy Inc.. Short Hill. N. J. Without soliciting funds. the charity, founded in 1932. sends discarded but still usable glasses in medical m i s s i o n s throughout the world for redistribution to the needy. Persons wishing to contribute glasses may contact Mrs. Ray Bowen. dean of chairman of the NLB Juniors, at mi E. Adams St. Portland Bride for W. L. Bizal Warren L Bizal, son cf Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Bizal. Lori; Beach, took as his bride. Geraldjr.e Lyman of Portland, Ore, in a Nuptial Mass at that city's St. Peter's Catholic Church. The ne»lywedj will reside in Long Beach. Wash., following a Southern California honeymoon trip. The bridegroom, an alumnus of SI. Anthony's Hi^h School, is serving with the Air Force at Naselle, Wash. NORTH (D) A K t » A l l ! + A I 7 J Z WEST EAST A J I 7 J 1 A A Q K · ' V I V 7 I I « * 7 I ! « A K 1 0 I S + Q I I J * J » sorra A M I Xcni 1 * 2 V JK.T. Fasi · t Ettt 1 » P»!S P»SJ Pts* £««tk I V Pis* ' 3 V P»3 4V P» Vfe put the package r ^ discard his losing club. East would be in with the ace and could da anything he wished except set the contract. South would be ab!« to ruff the qceen of clubs, enter dummy with the third trump and discard two spades on the good chibi. Of course, there would hate been no play for four hearts against a ipade opening, but West had opened the diamond and give? South his chance. Beans Persian Heat blue lake g r e e n . beans in their own liquid: drain wen. Stir m yogurt and c r u s h e d dried mint leaves for an unusual and unusually low-calorie vegetable. ad... ] so you'd | remember what TO- look-for when you buy P°P, corn!

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