CHEF OF THE WEEK INDEPENDENT.PRESS.TELEGRAM-W-7, LOHO BEACH 12, CALIF., SUNDAY, JULY II, 1U| . At Helm of Bakery Sales Engagement Is Revealed } By MILDRED K. FLANARY I.I P-T FÂ«od Editor They call him "Whitey." The reason for which problematical. Perhaps stems from the fact that he wears the bars of a captain in the Air Reserves. Accustomed to the out-of- is doors, and liking it, he joined it the Helrns Bakeries Co. J5 years ago as salesman. A --witfi the ready assistance year later he became assist- of his "also-eight-year-old" pal--painted his dad's brand new, black, shiny Patterson sedan a house-paint white. Ellsworth V. (Whitey) Shaw STILL lived to grqw up and become district sales manager of Helms Bakeries Co. Norfolk, Neb., kept him ant supervisor, and three years after that he was promoted to sales.manager of -- to quote him -- "the largest house-to-house bakery in the world." Its motto is "Fresh Daily at Your Door." Long Beach boasts 87 routes--2,000 homes in each Mr. and Mrs. Helmer A. Anderson Golden Day Reception Planned for Andersons interested until the age of route, with each Helmsman four, when he joined his servicing 300 customers per parents on a trip to California. They liked what they saw, and stayed. In 1932 his dad's business brought them to Long Beach, and Shaw enrolled in Poly High, continuing on through City Col- day. You'll be interested to know that each salesman owns his own coach and buys his own goods. He owns his own whistle, too. ... and can eat all he wants. The six children of Mr. and -Mrs. H. M. Anderson, 33 N. Magnolia Ave., will honor their parents this afternoon at a reception, 4 to 8 o'clock at Alfred's Restaurant, in celebration of their golden wedding anniversary. Eighty guests have been bidden to the party planned by the honorweds' sons and daughters, Morris Anderson, Stanton; Roy Anderson, San Diego; Mrs. Tom Howard, Santa Ana; Mrs. Ernie Fry, Los Angeles; Mrs. Don Maloney and Mrs. Joseph Stefan, both of Long Beach. The couple also has 13 grand- c h i l d r e n and 7 great- grandchildren. Wed July 18, 1911 in Aberdeen, S. D., the Andersons resided there prior to coming to Long Beach in 1942. Mr. Anderson, a painter, retired in 1957. Patriotic Calendar . MONDAY American War Mothers, Chapter 5, sack luncheon honoring members with July birthdays, 11:30 a.m. * * * * .Emily R. Jewell Tent 15, DUVCW, courtesy night and tent's 44th birthday observance, opens with 6 p.m. dinner; 7 p.m. meeting with c o u r t e s y officers filling chairs. Past presidents club Tuesday meeting cancelled. TUESDAY Arthur L. Peterson Unit 27, American Legion Auxiliary, first business meeting Jed by new officers, Mrs. Chester Buckley, president, 8 p.m. Poppy and convention reports. HAIRSTYLES ..i /mtomnkevoL LANOLIN PERMANENTS Includes .'shampoo, hair euta styli 7 EH Regular $10 _..._ Â· Â«Â«Â«Â» rej, I2.5D S I D Hj, 15,00 .,, 512,50 MARIVA hair fashion) 2905 Broadway Â· GE 9-4868 Abraham Lincoln Circle 44, Ladies of GAR, card party, noon. WEDNESDAY . Auxiliary 71, USWV, pot luck luncheon, noon; busi- ,ness session, 1, p.m. Past president will conduct. * Â» * * Woman's Relief Corps, Auxiliary to GAR, social hour, 11:30 a.m.; business "session, 12:30 p.m. Card party planned July 25. Curtain at 8 "Macario," Mexican film with English subtitles will be shown Tuesday through Thursday on the Curtain at 8 program Bay Theatre, Seal Beach. Directed by Roberto Gavaldon, it stars Ignacio Lopez Tarso. The picture won a Cannes Festival Award. lege. As editor of "Hi-Life," the Poly paper, he weathered the earthquake. And although the b u i l d i n g crumbled, he never missed an issue. He simply moved his desk and "thunder" out in front of the rubble and continued publishing. * * 4 * UPON graduation from City College, he went -to work in the laboratories of Shell Oil Co., where he remained until joining the Air Force in World War II. The next four years he served as a pilot instructor. He still Officers Installed Long Beach Jaycee Mrs. installed Mrs. James H. Gray president at recent ceremonies in the Reef Restaurant. Taking office with Mrs. Gray, were Mmes. Byram Shannon, Marvin' Cheeks, William Avzaradel, Stanley Moorish, Brian Dechter and Earl Marble. Mrs. Marble, past president, presented a silver Medallion bracelet to Mrs. HELMS Bakeries, the 29- year - old company, was started in California in 1932, at the time of the Olympics. It contracted to furnish bread to the contestants. . . . and has continued to do so ever since, whether the games be held in Timbuktu or Tokyo. For years it sent the bread . . . today, it sends the recipes. A member of Elks Lodge 888, Shaw belongs to the Meadowlark Men's Club, where he shoots a cool 80 on the greens. Fishing, too, lures him more often than not; while on the bowling alley his average helped immeasurable in the Long Beach Baking League winning the championship this past season. His recipe arrived nameless . . . but good. We'll call it "The Helmsman's Special." HELMSMAN'S SPECIAL ' 6 eggs, beaten Yi cup chopped green pepper y t cup chopped green onion 1 cup finely chopped hani l /3 tsp. salt and pepper Combine all Ingredients and mix. Drop large spoons ful onto hot oiled griddle. Brown on both sides. Serve on hot buttered buns. Ellsworth V. (Whitey) Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bailey have announced the engagement of their daughter, Beverly Ann, to Ronald Hutt, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hutt of Ankeny, Iowa. The announcement was made at a luncheon in the Elk's Club given by the b r i d e-elect's grandmother, Mrs. S a m L a n d s w o r t h . Friends frora^Compton, Van Nuys and Downey attended. The wedding will take place Aug. 26. TALL GIRLS i'i * dresses. ; * sportswear * lingerie Cftorgt Acatntt Invltlii " TALLER GIRL DOWNTOWN LONG IEACH ', Coin Frl. Nllil 'IK ) PM. ' }Â» I ONS BEACH BLVD. HE i-tilO you'll love too Above: CHANSON. A delicate floral wreath in blues and browns with a gleaming platinum edge. E-pc. place setting $21.95 Marvin Cheeks, outstanding 1 Jaycee Mrs for 1960-61.1 HAVE YOUR OWN HOME during the meeting. by summer! You will find the Chairmen for the new home of your dreams in term will be Mmes. Frank Driml, George Gehring and Robert Welch. "Homes for Sale" in Classified, the town's marketplace of available property. iflr.h arold MR. NICK |: is proud to announce . , . 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