Independent from Long Beach, California on March 15, 1966 · Page 14
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 14

Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, March 15, 1966
Page 14
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Py. B-t--INDEPENDENT Loiw BtKh, Ctllf, Tutl, M«r. It, 1H4 ti Invite college seniors t o l e a r n o f A A U W WAVES S/AYi ^ move: party incentive 1 Plwlo by TOM SHAW PLAN AAUW COFFEE HOUR AT L.B. STATE ^ . . . EJalne Leybo (left), Mrs. H. Edward Babbush, ' : · Dean Lois Swanson. DEAR ABBY Long Beach and San Pedro Branches of American Association of University Women will join with Long Beach S t a t e College's Cap and Gown honor society in sponsoring a coffee hour Wednesday in Soroplimist House on the Stale campus. The 3:30 to 5 p.m.. event will honor all senior women and women faculty members with Mrs. Robert Hansen and Miss Ina Boachiardi of Cap and Gown in charge of arrangements. Officers from both AAUW branches will speak, relating the history, purpose and importance nf the organization. They also will explain current study programs and areas'of interest. Assisting from Long Beach Branch are Mines. Eleanor Dyer, Lee Brown, Forrest Clark, William Tyra, H. Edward B a b b u s h and Miss Marion Tripeny, president. San Pedro officers taking part include Mmes. Arthur L. Wannalund Jr., James H. Richardson lit and Robert Gillingham, president-elect. By 1OLA MASTERSON I,. P-T Society Editor ..' FRIENDS SHARED by Dr. Ben and .Anabel Parks. and Dr. Kirt arid Myra Parks will share the'Parks' hospitality next Sunday at a buffet dinner party from 5 to 8 p.m. Party will be : at Myra and Klrt's home, .4165 Annapolis Road, takewood, and w i l l ' t a k e place there for a very specific reason. They'll move away .frojn the big house, which they have sold, this summer into a new cooperative apartment house being built on Atherton. . Myra .has been, planning various get-togethers of 'friends at the house'before moving into smaller quarters which will, of .course, curtail parties. Not the number of parties so much as the number of people she' can invite for any one party. · - 1 ALTHOUGH they'called it annual board meeting, it was strictly social and happy-go-lucky when "Rod" Strong, as past president of Long Beach Day Nursery, entertained at a dinner in her home for hoard members and the staffs nf the Who's the problem mate in this rocky marriage? Mary E..Baker to repeat vows with Dartmouth senior in June , Mr. and Mrs. Donald Baker, Long Beach, have announced betrothal of their daughter, Mary Elizabeth to Michael James McConnell, son of the Richard U. McCon ; nells, Long Beach. A June 19 wedding is planned. ; Miss Baker was graduated from Poly High School and is a senior at UCLA, where she is president of Mortar Board senior women's honorary and Chi Omega Sorority. She also was named woman of the niontli for November on the Westwood campus and lists affiliations with Pry- laneans, California Club and Wesley Foundation. The prospective bridegroom also is a graduate of Poly and is a senior at Dartmouth College, where hejs a member of the Dartmouth Outing Club, Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity. three nurseries now in operation. Co-hostesses were Betty Barbee and Gladys Campbell. "Rod" insists they are the two who taught her the Bs and Cs of painless entertaining. Merilyn Burtt, executive director of the organization had run a survey among the young children in the nurseries, asking them whom they'd most like to have visit them. Their first choice was "Batman" and their sec- ong choice was "Mr. Miller." Miller is none other than Bill Miller who taught classes last summer and will again this 'summer. When the Millers of this world can hold their .own with the "Batmen" of the century on popularity p o l l s with the small fry, there's hope for our old world yet. Anyhow, honorary, members present among the 50 guests were Ethel ;Case, Helen Fielding, Virginia. Stanton, ' R u t h · Hubbell, Hildreth Von KleinSmici and June Hill. New president of LB Nursery Board is Elizabeth (Mrs. Greer) Thompson now fully in charge as chief gavel wielder. QUICK LOOK back at annual klck-nff luncheon given by St. Mary's Hospital Guild for their Day at the Races (to take place May 4): Kickoff was its usual friendly, pleasurable sell with good food arid Fellowship at V.b, ginia Country Club. About, that food (it was no place for a dieter!).they served; a. gourmet chicken, mushroom concoction in special sauce ·all;'wrapped up in French pancakes and broiled until bubbly arid golden, green beans ' a l m o n d i n e (very almondine and c r u n c h y ) , stuffed broiled tomato and chilled fresh fruit salad. A few in the luncheon crowd who dined nn the elegant fare were Betty McCarthy, Val Pegg, Evelyn Scott, Jo Voorhees, Mollie Reid, Lia Kremples, Pat Me- Kennon, Bea Pettifer, Sue C r u c h 1 e y and Dolores Stricklin. COMPLETE FUNERALS From $120 -MAUSOLEUM CIIYPTS From $IG3 Mortuiary--Cemetery Cftrylktng TttgtHitr In Oat ttaitHtl fine. 11801 BEACH BLVD., WESTMINSTER 1-G577--TWInnaku ,1-2421--JBtferson 1-1125 ABBY 4 Sy ABIGAIL VAN BUREN . -' DEAR ABBY: My husband and J have enjoyed your column for a long time. Perhaps it is the only'jk t h i n g weK have in com-: mon. A f t e r , six years of married l i f e with a fine M. D. special- ^fst. 1 h a v e . -had it. My p r o b- ·lem is n o t how to make this mafrjage work, hut how to. worR myself out of i t ' w i t h ' t h e least possible hurt to my husband and our two dear, innocent children, both under 5 years 'of 'age.- . :- ' '_!.· Since my husband and I ^re no longer in communi- 'catioii in any important way {.physically or m e n t a l l y ) , ·there, is nothing left. He's kind and generous, hut pos sessive and dull. He is hard working and a good provider, but he's nei' ther interesting nor f u n . have tried everything, from vacations for two u new hobbies, to bring back that old feeling, and 1 have failed. I am bored and miserable. My husband thinks everything is just fine, but I can no longer live this dull life as tho we were 50 instead of 35. How can I make him understand it is.all'over for me before I see a lawyer? HAD-IT _ ' DEAR HAD IT: It is diffi-. cult to imagine an intelligent' husband who Is -so insensitive and obtuse as'to regard everything as "just fine" when his wife Is miserable, bored, completely devoid of "that old feeling," and on the «crge of seeing a lawyer. But before seeing a lawyer, TELL him how you feel about him. Then the two of you should decide whether '.{6 call it a day or get help thru a psychiatrist or a qualified marriage counselor. CONFIDENTIAL TO PENNY: Get to know him better. When his t r u e character "crops out" you are apt to witness a crop failure. 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