Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 53
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W.2-1NDEPENDENT.PRESS.TELEGRAM LONO BEACH 11, CALIF., SUNDAY, JULY H, l»l They Begin Wedded Life Nancy Mean Bride of Robert Hagler Now at home in Inglewood are newlywcd Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Austin Tomter, ivho recently e x c h a n g e d Vov/s at St. Lukes Episcopal Church. . The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Robinson, Long Beach, is the former Evelyn Jean Robinson. Both she and the bridegroom, son of Merchant Marine Capt. and Mrs. Austin Tomter, Long Beach, were graduated from Poly High School and Occidental College. ' She was a'member of Sigma Alpha Iota and Occiden tal Mortar Board. He was affiliated with the Phi Gam ma Delta fraternity and Oc cidental Glee Club. For the wedding ceremony, the new Mrs. Tomter chose a gown of Swiss organdy accented with lace. She was attended by Mary Jo Robinson, her sister, as maid of honor, and Arisen Tomter, the bridegroom's s i s t e r , Karen Kagy and Kay Farnsworth as bridesmaids. Chod Long was best man and Richard Von Lossberg, J o h n C h e n y and Larry Smock were ushers. «0 PINE AYE. Fabulous Flat KNIT COSTUMES Finest Woo! Double Needle No Sag or Stretch Ever 'BUTTE -f KNIT Smorl Flat j)Knil Shealh ^Red f Green, CJBIack ©value «t 1 S 35' e AH S a i n t s Episcopal Church was setting for the recent double ring wedding ceremony uniting Nancy Ann'Hean to Robert Bartel Hagler. The bride, daughter of Mrs. James H. Hean of Long Beach, and the late Adm. Hean, wore a peau de sole gown and carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and stephanotis. She was attended by Mrs. George Spradling, her sister as matron of honor, and Dorothy Marshall, bridesmaid. Debbie Spradling, her niece, and Rocky Spradling, her nephew, were flower girl and ring bearer. The bridegroom, son of Mrs. Francis Hagler of South Gate, chose Tom, Pruitt as best man. Ushers* were Dave Hagler, Bob Johnson, Bob Montague and Mike McGinnis. THE NEW Mrs. Hagler attended W i l s o n High School and Long Beach State College. She was a member of Delta Zeta sorority. Hagler attended Denver University where he was a member of Phi D e l t a Gamma. The newlyweds are now at home in Long Beach following their honeymoon trip to Santa Barbara snd Carmel. Of interest to a wide circle of Long Beach residents is the fact that the bride is the granddaughter of Herbert H. Lewin, pioneer oil man here and among the first responsible for production on Signal Hill. Also, she' is the niece of Herbert D. Lewin, who designed and was the first manager of the. Long Beach Airport. Mrs. Patrick Tomter The newlyweds honeymooned in San Diego. Shepherd-Harper Los Altos Congregational Church was setting for the recent wedding of Sandra Lee Harper, daughter of Cmdr. {USN Ret.) and Mrs. Lee Harper of Long Beach and William Clark Shepherd, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shepherd of San Anselmo. The bride, gowned in a silk organza dress, was attended by Mrs. G a r y Mitchell as matron of honor. Mrs. William Bevilockway and Carol S m a r t were bridesmaids. Donald Shepherd served the bridegroom as best man. Woody Shortt was ring bearer and James Shepherd and John Shepherd, the bridegroom's brothers, were ushers. Mrs. William Shepherd The new Mrs. Shepherd was graduated from Wilson High School and attended Long Beach City and Oregon State Colleges. She was affiliated with Chi Omega sorority. The bridegroom is a senior at the University of California at Berkeley. Upon return from honeymoon trips to Laguna and San Francisco, the newlyweds will make their home in Berkeley. Lourtle-Thurston Barbara Ruth Thurston, daughter of Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. Clifford F. Thurston of Long Beach, became the bride of Charles Marcel Lourtie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Lourtie, also of this city, at a recent ceremony in Chapel of the Wildwood, Midway City. Mrs. Charles Lourtie The newlyweds are now at home in Monterey where the bridegroom is attending the Army Language School. Both were graduated from Long Beach State College. She is graduate of Poly and he of Wilson. Mrs. J o h n Calderwood served the bride as matron of honor. Mrs. Kenneth Reed was bridesmaid. For the ceremony the new Mrs. Lourtie wore a gown of Italian Paradisio silk with a chapel train and carried a crescent bouquet of white glameilias, stephanotis and sprays of ivy. The bridegroom was attended by Lance Lourtie, his brother, as best man. Fred Martin and William Beadle were ushers. Pilot Club Will Honor Contestants at Dinner Pilot Club of Long Beach announces that its fifth annual dinner party for contestants in the International Beauty Congress will take place -at Long Beach Yacht Club Wednesday, the eve of the official opening of IBC here. Mrs. Loreria Yett, president; Kay Ring, chairman of the women's service club's international relations committee; and Eva Minor, mistress of ceremonies, are planning ' a program of s p e c i a l entertainment to appeal to the f o r e i g n entrants. Virginia Bohan, chief of hostesses for the congress and an active member ol Pilot, is in charge of elaborate international decorations. Special gifts will be presented to each of the lovely contestants present. FINAL S A L E LONG BEACH ONLY Doors Open 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 Final Rsduollons for 3 Dayt Only . . . Mon,, Tuei,, Wid, GAMIN Originally 19.95 Hatching bag* reduced to 8.00 $1090 10 DEAR MRS. MAYFIELD Bachelor Has Doubt I'm 40 years old, a bachelor and set in my ways. I've finally met the gal I want to marry, BUT every now and then I get qualms. I'm a cigar smoker, and have been from way back. She has made me promise that when we-marry I'll give up cigars. Also, I've played poker every Thursday night with five fellows for six years now, and naturally would like to keep the game going. She says nix on this, too. I suppose cigars and poker- shouldn't come between a guy and a gal, but--well, Molly, I am worried.--CARL DEAR CARL: If this gal fell in love with a cigar-smoking, poker-playing guy, then why must she change his ways when she changes her name? Ask her if she would rather be married to a happy hombre or to something she can lead around on a leash? --M.M. * * * * DEAR MRS. MAYFIELD: I'm 21 years old and the boy I'm writing about is 25. We have been dating about a year -- not steady, but often. We get along beautifully together, have much in common, but when you come down to it, I don't really know much about him. I mean, he almost never discusses his personal affairs with me and doesn't encourage me to discuss mine. I've almost given up going out with other young men, but whether he dates other girls or not 1 don't know. Still and all, I know he spends most of his time with me. Am 1 wasting my time just waiting around for him to pop the question? Or should I take matters in my own hands and ask him will he or won't he?--VALERIE DEAR VALERIE; Let's face it. I don't think you know the young man well enough to propose mar- 'riage. And, f r a n k l y , he doesn't sound in the marrying mood. If he did, he'd want to tell you all about himself and look for a sim- Tooll be pliisatilly jorprfnd il tin dllfertiK) ipMlilIultgn nittt 7 THE SECRET IS... "Especially-Trained" Workmansliip DON'T YOU THINK IT IS... WISER TO CARE THAN REPAIR? WHY TAKE CHANCES WITH YOUR HAIR! V/Srr THE SHOP FOR PARTICULAR WOMfNl ilar response from you. Right now, as I see it, you're just friends, not lovers. Don't, dear girl, jump the gun on him.--M.M. * * * * DEAR MRS. MAYF1ELD: I am 16 years old and very much in love with a boy. in the Navy. We plan to be married some day. Well, he came home on leave recently for 10 days, and the first nine days he got along perfectly with my parents. But on his last night home v.'a v.'cnt out and made an all-night affair of it. We left at 11 p.m. and came home around 10 the next morning. Mother, who seems to have very little faith in me, is convinced we spent the night in a motel. She has been calling me a tramp ever since. My father has forbidden me to see the boy again and says he will beat him black and blue If he shows up here again. My boy friend has written me that he wants to talk to Dad and clear up the whole to-do. I told him Dad was plenty big--and fit to be tied. Should I give him up? Should I let him talk to my folks? I'm worried sick.-CHRISTINE DEAR CHRISTINE: Well, what in the world were you up to from 11 p.m. until 10 a.m.? Seems to'me you're the one who owes your folks an explanation. And I don't see how you can blame them for thinking VAN ARDEN Originally 26,95 Matching bags reduced to 10,00 $1090 13 MACKEY STARR Originally 29.95 Hatching bigs reduced to 12,00 HERBERT LEYINE $1 £90 Originally 39.95 Matching bags reduced to 12,00 16 NURSE WEDS Community H o s p i t a l nurse Kathleen Williamson, daughter of Richard Williamsons of El Monte, became bride of Russell C. Buchan, son of Frank Buchans of El Monte, in Norwalk Chapel of Memories. B u c h a n was in U. S. Navy two years and is resuming education at LBCC. CHAPEL VOWS Long Beach State College grads Gloria Jean McCann and Robert John Newton w e r e wed in Wayfarer's Chapel. Her parents are the William W. McCanns, L o m i t a, and his mother is Mrs. Muriel 0. Newton, Santa Ana. She is a member of Delta Delta Delta and he of Epsilon Pi Tau. 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