Independent from Long Beach, California on March 15, 1966 · Page 13
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 13

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Tuesday, March 15, 1966
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THE A-GO-GO'S AGONE-GONE But, my, the merry memories! CAMP IN BEATLE HAIR ' . . . Dr. Ward Youry Text by Joyce Christensen, Staff photos by Curt Johnson · Pop and op costumes, OTHERS TRULY camp, blended with a like background Saturday night'at Lakewood Country Club with the result, one of the zaniest, noisiest, hnppiest "happenings" in memory. · ' - * ' ' Event' : was the .first--and a true first for Long Beach--Pop Op A-Go-Go given by Long Beach Art Museum Association, attended by a crushing 450 guests and missed by an additional 260 whose reservations arrived too late. Much, of the evening's madness, from billboard-size comic strip characters to Pop table decor (wonder who ate all that soup?) was handiwork of Mike Miner and Claire Bullock of Actors Circle Theater. And how did guests choose to interpret Pop Op attire? For the "in" and "way out," see photos. SWEEPING, FLIRTY LASHES ... Mrs. F. L. Andrews MORTICIA AND FRIEND GREET AN UNKNOWN GUEST ... Mr. and Mrs. Don E. Raney ADMIRESSHIFTOFPARTYBIDTO SHIFT ' ON EVERY TABLE ... a floral tribute to the pop in art OP IN ZEBRA SKIN, REALLY "CAMP" AS SCOUTS . . . Dr. Robert BuMum (top), Mr/and Mrs. Edward Everett Horton III !·· j j ... Eric Ladcy, Mrs. John R. Calhoun L«w lead), calif.. Tuts., Mar. U, KM INDEPENDENT--Page B-5 EYES IN FLIGHT ... Mrs. Irwin Miller Benefit to sail 'Tides of Fashion 1 I ! Under the theme, "Sailing cocktail and theater gowns I ! along with the .Tides of by Victoria Royals, Ltd., ; of ^''-Fashion," Rossmoor Worn England an's Club will present its .^annual. spring style show '-· and brunch Wednesday at * 9:30 a.m. in Bullock's Lake' wood Laguna- Room. !··' Format of the program ', will be to transport spec- t- tators to the Mediterranean, ,' Great Britain and the Far -·: East via creations from in' ternational haute couture :'· collections. ( V Sports and resort wear by · -. Italian designer Ken Scott :\vill be shown along with DRESSY evening knits fashioned in E n g l a n d and hand-beaded in Hong Kong will represent Boutique International. All - o c c a s i o n dresses and at-home attire will be featured in collection of Beverly Hills designers Dominique, Helga and Geno. Proceeds from the show have been earmarked · for club philanthropies. Tickets are available through Mrs! Robert Mead, vogue section chairman, 11952 Foster Rd,; Los Alamitos. GEORGE QUIRK LOUISE SHEELARD1XON ROBERT TYO JOHN "BUD" RUSSELL Custom Drapery Sale Experience id ED TORRENCE our am ervce . members of staff who have served RICHARD HIKCKLIFF families of all faiths in the Long Beach area for a combined iota! of over 100 years. These are your neighbors and friends -- but especially-YOUR FRIENDS IN TIME OF NEED One of the Southland's O l d e s t Established Drapery Houses. 1,000's of Satisfied Customers are Herbert't Living Testimonial that "Satisfaction is Guaranteed." 88 Your choice of Nubby Linen Clauds, Novelty Texftiroi, Antique Satlnt, Solid Weave Boutin, Open Weavet and Luiurloui Casements. lflc!udln[ Fttrto 1 88 YD to · Terms Up to 36 Months BanltAmorieard 1 No Payment 'til May ·SHOP AT HOME- Our builncii ii band on temca and id«at. All our Jxerafori Jiov« ve"t' txptrience n thii Ji«ld, No obligation, NO HIGH PRESSURE. Evtinlng oppolnlminU, of court*. THERE'S A HERBERT'S NEAR YOU TO SERVI YOU 1952 LONG BEACH BOULEVARD LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA PHONE: 426-1365 Serving Families of All Paiths Since 1905 HOUSI or Draperies»Interior* SOO E. PACIFIC COAST HWY,, LONB IEACH Phone 433-3811 Anittln Illl N.llMlll (1 lltt. N. ··r. in TA MiOt Huntlncfon leick Ktr.t 54S-36JI Ceil) Mm Illl Hlltlf II. «ur lilt II.) LI I-TTIT Sisti Am K1 7-1411 STORE HOURS: Doily 9-4 p.m.; Fri. »·» p.m.

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