Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 55
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 55

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 16, 1961
Page 55
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W-4--INDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELESRAM \PHO BEACH 11. OLIF., SUHOAY, JULY U. Ittl The Wild Waves Say . . MEMBERS OF the Girl Watcher's Society who also are accredited helicopter pilots, take note. You are In luck, maybe. A l o n g comes Monday, July 24. "D« vo-j ouiiiFv" and about 60 Nightingales will be draped in all manner of smart swim wear, around the pool at Lynn Barnes' home on Treasure Island, Naples. Chairmanning the fun- nm-swim luncheon party is Joann Timmons. Affair, in case you GWS pilots care to rendezvous above, begins at 11 a.m. and will continue until it's loo late to go home and cook. Anyone for dinner out, dear? . * » » WELL, WHISTLE Dixie and look who came bustin' In south of our north border. Ford (Cotton Pickin') Montgomery flew in from Oregon Tuesday at 7 p.m.-- was gone again by 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. He's doing something terribly impressive these days like oversee construction of the new Hilton rising in Portland. Was at the Lafayette, I presume, on some kind of cotton pickin' hotel business. * * * * A BUNCH of fellows who {liny golf together forsook tees for hooks, dubs for rods last Wednesday and By IOLA MASTERSON I, P-T Women'* Editor headed for blue water Instead of green irrasi. It was a case of albacnre fever plus an Invitation from Lee Perry. Lee liad promised the gang that the six top scorers would win « ride with him for a fishing party.Win- ning scores were posted just in time for this prime lime. Boating an even dozen of the fine sportfish were John Goode, Jerry Fresonke, Earl Donaldson, Bill Potts, Phil ErdRhl and JinvMcBrlde, * * * * CALIFORNIA living at its best, just like the ad men picture it, came alive at Long Beach . Yacht Club Thursday during one of the popular ladies' day lunch- con, swim and bridge dates. Betty Bennett behaved like all good chairmen are supposed to which accounts for the success of the day. Among members hostessing guests were Christine Wagner, Margaret Davis, Bea Hart, Mil Cameron. Mary Gillespie . and Phyllis De Lance. t * · * MUSIC STORE people, Doris and Dick Cross, have just published a new number named Roger Michael. He's an 8-pound, 11-ounce bundle of melody who began plunking on heart strings .luly fi. Mother and son returned home Tuesday from the hospital to join the rest GOP Has New Meaning -Grand Old Polynesia About the closest you can get to Hawaii .next Saturday, especially if you don't plan to leave town, will he Nada and Bill Davis' home, 1601 Hackett in La M a r i n a Estates. They're providing the "beach" for Suburban Re- Q_ publican's posh luau. In addition to exotic e n t e r t a i n - ment, fancy drinks and a catered island dinner, there'll be swimming and plenty of good, old democratic conversation. Ann and Rodney Tit- corn (she's ways and means), Doris and Dean Dana (she's handling reservations) and Jerry and Bob Har'dey (hR has program ideas under control) others assisting are President Bill "* hl o o r ' Frambach and wife, Ann, and Val and Gene Richards. It's entirely possible some big name GOP leaders will he there. DDE might even stop hy. Not Ike- fellow hv the name of Dale Donald Edwards. of the chorus .composed of two brothers and t. sister. * * » . ONF. HUNDRED per cent uptown type elegant party was enjoyed by Cecelia and Dave Tallichet last Sunday. They were guests of movie producer William Wyler at a cocktail buffet garden party. Swish affair was in honor of Shirley McLaine and Audrey Hepburn costars of Wylcr's new movie, "Children's Hour." Hoo. boy --some kids. Hope Cecelia had a tight grip on ol'-Dave's elbow at all times. * * * * ONE OF THE most unique parties ever hnstcd hy good host Bill (William T. J.) Harris was the one he didn't attend. Could he help it If he had a Dodger date of long standing on the same night, wife, Norma, wanted to entertain for a musical festival? So while Norma's guest list grew to 14, Bill was rooting for dem bums with "Chet" Moore, "Scotty" Scott and rcunionlng with Ronnie Call (former LBer, now prez of Sav-On Drugs). Un^guests of the absent host were the Waller Olivers, Kenny Martinsons, _ Tom Russells. Elaine, Koo, Elizabeth and Steven Ito. Mike and Mary Merherikoff who are here for their annual seaside vacation from their home in Alhambra. if * * V OFF ]N A storm of good wishes (and let's hope it's the only kind they encounter) went Ginny and Rex Welch aboard the Mariposa Monday. They're headed for Tahiti to celebrate t h e i r 25th wedding anniversary w h i c h is a nice way to Prominent Business Man Weds Wedding vows were exchanged by Betty Lu Blatt- nian and Fred H e i m , i n n recent evening ceremony read by Rev. F. C. Benson Bellis in chapel of St. Luke's Episcopal Cliurch. A white lace street length dress piped in peau de soie was chosen by the bride as wedding attire, and she also wore an orchid corsage. Attending t h e b r i d a l couple w e r e Mrs. Faye Strunk and H a n k Burmester. H e i m is manager oC Walkers Fine Food Store. Prior to her marriage the bride was a teacher in the Child Care Centers. The couple will reside in Long Beach. LITTLE CLUB FETES DAUGHTERS Warm tradition in the Little Club for many years has been its annual summertime parly for daughters, daughters-in-law. On Wednesday about 40 will motor by bus to Whittier to home of Mrs. Wilbur Rohert- son (seated, left) for chatting, swimming and picnicking. Hostess is daughter of Mrs. Milton McGrew (center), who will bring as a guest her other daughter, Mrs. William Plested (right), visitor from Kansas City, Mo. Standing (from left) are Mrs. John Miller and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Fred Miller. Mrs. James G. Craig is Little Club president, and Mrs. George L. Craig is in charge of picnic plans.--(Staff photo.) TOP QUALITY FORMAL WEAK for MEN SALES Aymondfe TUX SHOP 3843 ATLANTIC GA7-01 IS Shanna De Page Is Bride g o If y o u r head is set on T»MII bound" at both stores VINSONS annual summer fashion 4fcpF j^^^ ··iBtai DRESSES IPECIAl GROUP $ 1Q tO $ 14 98 better dresses daytime dinner cocktail *17' 8 to S 39 98 ' smaller groups SUITS - COATS on sale charge accounts as usual OCEAN BLVD. a celebration. A few of Hie . many who had farewell cocktnils aboard then stood . dockside t o watch the hip ; liner head for sea were : Marge F e r r i e, "Bugsy" Crooker, .Ian and Bill Flood (can't guarantee the spelling , but they'll know whom 1 mean), Elva and Dick Lawon, Joan and Julie Bcscos and Lois and "Cy" Young. + + + * NO ONE, but no one, needs to miss out on pre- ~ United Nations night festivi- ies .luly 25 as International Beamy Congress competi- ions brgin in earnest. Jessie Lee (Mrs. Donald) Malcolm is in charge of a gala no- host cocktail and b u f f e t at Petroleum Club for ail those planning to a t t e n d t h a i night who are not otherwise parly- involved. Special guests at this festive gathering will be U.N. chapter members from other cities. This is the night it is hoped everyone will attend the pageant in a costume representing a foreign land of their choosing or particular background. Should he colorful. Shucks, should be downright brilliant. * * V V GUESS WE could call Virginia and Miln Mcylink's shindig the other night n "Can't Wait" parly. They i n v i t e d 28 f r i e n d s to join them at their new swimming pool, business, location in Garden Grove. Cocktails and Chinese buffet dinner added to the night. Assisting were Ginny and Bob Pierce, Mary and B. P. Johnston, Barbara and Norb Dean, Pat and Jim Torrey and Anona and Bob Gray. It wasn't hilled as a swimming party--but two d i d , accidentally on purpose. Mrs. Barry Martin Shanna Joyce De Page, daughter o f . M r . and Mrs. Michael A. De Page Jr. of 6003 Wardlow Rd., became the bride of Barry Randall Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Martin of 217 Termino Ave., at a recent ceremony in Trued Memorial Baptist Church, here. The bride, wearing a Chant i l l y lace and silk organx.a gown, was attended by Sally Van Dyke as maid of honor. Jeanee Martin, the bridegroom's sister, and Mrs. Rodney McKenzie were bridesmaids. Completing the wedding parly were David Coe as best, man and Wes Carroll and Robert Peters as ushers. * t * * THE NEW Mrs. M a r t i n was graduated from M i l l i k a n High School and attended Long Beach City College. She was a member of Entre Nous and Yoga. The bridegroom was grad- u a t e d from Wilson High School. He attended. Long Beach City College, Cal- Poly, Pomona and Cal-Poly San Luis Obispo. The newlyweds will make their home in Long Beach following a honeymoon trip to Las Vegas and Northern California and a four month stay in San Jose. 5th Annual Summer Clearance vv TO 50% tyl I l ' u Mrs. Carol (.arson, 33M Centralia Ave., Lakewood, will hostess members of the International Typographical Union Auxiliary, at noon luncheon Tuesday in hrr home. Mrs. Lcla Konkel will assist. A business session follows. on all door samples lamps, tables, and accessories Beginning Sunday, July I fetri I P.M. Jo 5 P.M. Viiil our qallflry of fini patnlingi , , , M*ny by tK« old m*,itn. Interiors by Mfle Belle Davis I91S A T L A N T I C GA 6-2621 Fraterna! Calendar CO MONDAY .Snarchlipht Chapter 435, OES. b i r t h d a y p a r l y h o n - oring I.eona Klaus, matron, and Eldon Smith, patron. 8 p.m., Palos Verdes Temple, 5155 F.. Pacific Coast Hwy. · · * * Wide Awake R e b e k a h Lodge, talk by 100F fraternal insurance representative. 8 p.m., Machinists Hall. TUESDAY Del Mar Rebekah Lodge 275. 10OF, social visit by Lorna Robertson, District 84 deputy president, 8 p.m., Machinists Hall. Social hour features muu muu party. Social Club 17.1, dessert I u n r li e n n. home of Lome Gibson, ?,lf!f) Gondar Ave, Business session follows. * * * * Dr. Margaret Clark Sunshine Circle, noon luncheon and afternoon of cards. Colonial Hall, Tenth Street and Locust Avenue. * * 4 + Review 15, WBA, business session, 1 p.m., Machinists Hall. Past presidents assemble at 11 a.m. to S)»on:;cr rioon covered dish l u n c h e o n . Visiting members welcome. WEDNESDAY Rebekah Lodge -IfiO. o f f i - cers instruction hy Bcrnirr OES, Cnrdell, disirir.t i n d e p u t y nonn. president. 8 p.m.. YWCA. L'-jr. P*X?r?Tl. ~'' A ff THE TIMES Lit A|lc Kinc'i SM-iti crtftl* JUST FOR YOU Opposite Wilton Hoic.l B1XBY KNOLL i) i JSlh ol Atlantic ·'. Alice HAIR S T Y L I S T S · OF. 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