Independent from Long Beach, California on February 4, 1960 · Page 13
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 13

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 4, 1960
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Bridal Style Show Friday May Co.'s romantic spring- into-summer bridal collection will be shown at 7 p. m. Friday in the basement audito- Annual Event for WCTU East Long Beach Woman's Christian Temperance Union will be hostess at its annual luncheon Friday in East Long rium of its Lakewood Ccnterjrjeach Methodist Church, IHh store, with a special invita- St. and Freeman Avc., at lion issued to prospective noon. Luncheon will be served brides and their friends. b - v womc » of ''", L , atin Fabrics feature orgamNcs.j Amcnc;m Church of Long organzas and dotted Swisses Beach. as well as the traditional silk taffetas and lace with Featured guest speaker will be the Rev. Clara R. Ports, pcaus, .- - ..... . . . tulle. Signature note of thejworld, national and state collection is the emphasis on organizer of the WCTU, - whose work has been pri- delicate touches of "remembrance blue," white. on traditional MERRI-JEANS CHILDREN'S DRESS SHOP S A L E 200 PIECES AT NEAR COST 4 1 3 6 ATLANTIC AVE. GA 6-4122 marily among Latin Americans. Although this is an open meeting to the general public, deadline date is past for luncheon reservations. Mrs. Frances McCaslin Creswick, general chairman, has announced that anyone wishing to hear the program is welcome to be present at 1:15 p.m. AUTO SAFETY starts with a better car. Find yours in Classified under "Autos for Sale" today. Look now. Long.Beach. HEADQUARTERS ALL MODELS Exclusive! Organs BALES': :SERVIpE' ^INSTRUCTION ·· 2188 Ldkertood Blvd. GEneyo 9-0?]8 ' Camp Fire Honors Inter-Chapter for Local People Tuesday night, at the annual meeting of Long Beach Council of Camp -Fire Girls, Weckford M o r g a n , 4142 Ireenbrier Rd., was honored y the Council and National Camp Fire by being presented he Luther Halscy Gulich Award, highest national sym- jol of recognition for outstanding service to a local Camp fire Girls program, a significant award which rep- ·esents, in this case, outstand- ng leadership and service given in the areas of adult mem- ership recruitment, financ- ng and camp planning. Mrs. Robert Davidson, 730 E. Roosevelt Rd., was awarded the Ernest Thompson Seton Award, representing sin- ;ular committee activity in strengthening group organization and other committee work within the lyopta District. Mrs. Davidson also has Donald MacLaine, 219 E. Bort St. "fiie following officers were elected: Mrs. J. B. Knudson, 6102 Henrilec Ave., Lakewood, president; Weckford Morgan, vice president; Earl Bcauchamp, 3907 Lemon Ave., vice president; Mrs. Howard Bakkcn, 506 Orleana Ave., secretary; Norman Dickson, 4335 Rutgers Ave., treasurer. In that this was the beginning of the Jubilee Year, the theme of the evening was that of the jubilee, "The World Around Her--She Cares, D'o Y o u?" The Ka-Wi-Ka-Ta Camp Fire group, led by Mrs. Luther Benedict, presented a skit, "Parade of the Jubilee Symbols," with a sonp, written expressly for the jubilee by Mrs. Walter Landis Jr. LEADER NOMINEES from the districts were honored, and from those nominated a name was drawn for the dele- Council Date Inter-C h a p t e r Council of Sigma Alpha Iota (National Professional Music Fraternity for Women) will entertain'at a luncheon and .fashion show Saturday at 12:30 p. m. in Morrison Hall, 1757 N. Lake Ave., Pasadena. Six active and seven alumnae chapters WE.THE Page B-2--INDEPENDENT combine, through the council, to present this activity. Both Long Beach State College actives and Long Beach alumnae will join with women from UCLA, JSC, Occidental, Immaculate Heart and Los Angeles State and alum chapter members From Los Angeles, Pasadena, Whittier, Hollywood, San Fernando and Orange County at the major social event. A miniature musicale will be part of the day's program. Outstanding performers from several college chapters be presented. been influential in bringinglgate to represent Long Beach help and good programs the district leaders. to T H E WAKAN S e r v i c e Awards, given to leaders who have given service over and above t h e call of d u t y in the areas of c o m m i t t e e a c t i v i t y and c o m m u n i t y support, were presented to: Mrs. Gilbert Van Dyke, 4312 Sunfield Ave.; Mrs. James Wardlow, 4746 Whitewood Ave., and Mrs. leaders at the national jubilee convention in New York in November. Mrs. Palmer Wermager of 5947 Falcon Ave. in Houghton District was selected. Mrs. J. R. Knudson, council president elect, reported that plans are in motion for the big "Thank You to Long Beach" celebration to be held Lady Lions Downtown Lady Lions will gather at the Petroleum Club Friday for a noon luncheon meeting. Table decorations will be in the Valentine's Day motif. Hostesses of the day II be Mrs. Vernon Castle and Mrs. Denver Thcrman. in January Iflfrl. Weckford Morgan, Long Biach, Calif., Thuri., Feb. 4, 1»B FOR PHILANTHROPY Mrs. Ralph Miller, philanthropic chairman of Belmont Shore Lady Lions, presents check for $350 to Clorinda Powell, RN, to aid Epileptic Clinic at Long Beach Community Hospital, and check for $1,000 to Jack Satariano, head of Long B e a c h Chapter for Cystic Fibrosis. Each year funds arc raised by club for projects of this nature. Parenf-Teacher Meet Told Guidance Need ing president, reported on the progress and accomplishments of the council during the past outgo-iyear. "We never cease to dren We're giving away money- big, shiny silver half dollars -just for two Milani labels. Send us the label from_a bottle of Milani's 1890 French Dressing and the label from one oilier M i l a n i product (or, send nro 1 890 labels if you p r e f e r ) . By r e t u r n m a i l we'll send you your free half d o l l a r . Only one to a f a m i l y , of course. You'll love the pure, ncvcr-becn-copied flavor of Milani's 1890 l-'rcnch Dressing and all of the other fine M i l a n i dressings, too. Huy yours today! Especially fir Salad Lovers: Milani's DC Cisco Dressing, Bleu Cheese Dressing. Roquefort Dressing, Thousand Island Dressing, Italian Dressing and Buccaneer Dressing. They're all great! need consistent puid They need reasonable awards and wise discipline. If we build good strong f a m - ily relationships, we will get through the stormy teens safely. If not, we may encounter disaster," she continued. "Adolescence is the most troubled period of all. Teenagers want to be independent and want more freedom. It is J inevitable that we have some forget it. Children must belconflict, but continued love assured of our love from i n - l a n d understanding and work- fancy to maturity," she said.j ing out problems and rules * : * * * [together will help solve many "THE E L E M E N T A R Y ' , o f these conflicts," Mrs. Bar- school years are our goldcnibour concluded, opportunity to build love, Another high light of t h e companionship, t r u s t , coop-'program was a Founders' Dny oration and religious faith'observance conducted by Mrs. w i t h i n our families. Our c h i l - ' R . D. Macy. be guidance counselors for a nce. the children we have reared successfully," said Mrs. Richmond Barbour when she spoke recently before 500 parent-teacher members attending the 33rd District, midwinter conference at Excelsior High School. "Our first sense of responsibility conies when a baby is placed in his mother's arms and continues through life, though some seem to Fun-Filled Weekend for Sorority Looking forward to a fun- illed weekend in Sun Diego ire delegates and guests of Long Beach chapters of Sigma Phi Gamma, international sorority, which will have its annual Southern California 'rovince meeting ir San 3iego, Saturday and Sunday. Beta Sigma Chapter of tha't city will hostess the group at the Lafayette Hotel. Business m e e t i n g s a r e scheduled for Saturday and the social attraction of the weekend will be a dinner- dance for members and their lusbands, held in the ballroom of the hotel. * * * * ATTENDING the conclave from the Long Beach area chapters are: Delta Alpha: Mmes. Van Strohl, Louis Bowden, Howard Woodruff, Clyde Wilson, Jack Parsons, Wilson Barlow, Elaine Ncal and Province Vice President Mrs. William Roberts. Theta Phi Chapter will be represented by Mmes. Richa r d M c l n t u r f f , M u r d o c k Payne, Koaton King. William Diuigherty and Victor Bur- nelt. Theta Tau Chapter will be sending Mmes. Clifford Noe, Edward Keller, W i l l i a m 3rewer and Miss Dorothy McKee. Theta Sigma: Mines. John Costa, Charles Sttfck and rovince Editor Mrs. Eugene arsz. Mmes. Wallace Richards Howard Mondientz, John MOOT, William Magill and Ro- jert DuBarr will represent lota Upsilon of Garden Grove. Woman's Music Club Hears Music in Art 1 Discussed Miss F.dith Hitchcock d i s - l i n the baroque, classical, ro- cussed "Music in Art" at a recent meeting of the music appreciation section of Woman's Music Club in Ebell Clubhouse. Using color reproductions and recordings, she drew parallels between art and music Club Hears Travel Talk Wanderlust Club members were entertained at a iunch- ieon recently at the home of I Mrs. Sydney S. Conklin, 4250 {Cedar Ave. Mrs. J. Carlton H a r r i s and Mrs. G c i a r d Krythe were co-hostesses. In the absence of Mrs. Lon E. Peek, president; Mrs. C. R. Marshall, secretary, conducted the meeting. Following b u s i n e s s discussion, Mrs. Krythe introduced her guest, Miss F.dith Dunaway, a teach er for many years at Burbank Elementary School before her retirement. * * * * MISS DUNAWAY gave an interesting, informal talk of her experiences during a 10- week trip around the world by air which ended in late December w i t h her return to Long Beach. Mrs. Frank Rogers of Ore gon. I I I . , houseguest of Mrs. Walter Hunsaker and hcrseltj world traveler, was intro-|members and their families duccd as a special guest o f | A Y o u t h Guidance dance wil' the dav. follow dinner. m a n t i c , impressionist a n d modern periods. The correspondence of life and art at my given time reflected the environmental needs of the icriod and continued until new thoughts and tendencies wrought fresh forms of expression, Miss Hitchcock said THE 16TH century baroque was given to extremes in ideas and details, with a profusion of ornamentation; t h i s gave way to the classical period, distinguished by perfec lion of design and s i m p l i c i t y of expression. It was Beethoven who opened the doors for the romantic movement of expressive i n d i v i d u a l i s m and personal feeling. Later Debussy introduced the revolutionary movement in music, impressionism, bascc^ on drastic changes in the tona system and the use of dis sonances and harmony to create exotic effects and paste color tones. This was the f o r e r u n n e r o f t h e modern movement, which has not yet crystallized, the speaker said Eagles Auxiliary Ladies Auxiliary to the Fraternal Order of Eagles 791 will host a card party Feb. 12 at 8 p. m. at 2821 E. An.iheim St. Covered-dish supper wil he served at 6:30 p. m. for Colemnn Photo. Kay Swanson Plan to Wed in Summer In a t r a d i t i o n a l candlelight ceremony, Kay Swanson revealed to Alpha Phi sorority sisters at Long Beach State College news of her engagement to Kay Paul Delcourc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Delcourc. She is the d a u g h t e r of Mrs. Stephanie Swanson. The bride-elect is a grad- u a t e of Wilson High School where she was a member of SFO sorority and Ming Welfare Club. Her fiance, also' a Wilson graduate, was! president of Scarabs fratcr-- nity. The couple plans a late summer wedding. Faculty Wives to Fete Mates Miilikan High School Facu l t y Wives will fete their husbands at an annual Valentine dinner, 6:30 p. m. Friday in the Mirror Room on campus. Mrs. Buckncr Harris will be general chairman. Cards and games will follow dinner. The most amazing chain operation in the West- now conies lo DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH 8.888 ITEMS »T ONE PRICE ; SIORi Open Monday and Friday Evening BE HERE WHEN DOORS OPEN FRSDAY Hall fir-liar offer rWt June I, I')M · Ln;,is Milani foods. Inc., Rox fi445X, Rancho Stnlion, Lm Anfclei 64, Calif. i. 1055

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