Independent from Long Beach, California on February 26, 1964 · Page 24
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 24

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, February 26, 1964
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Why, It's Just 'AngorabW WHAT ARE HAIRDOS MADE OR Sometimes it's angora, says hair stylist Jeanette Johnson, guest star for the Long Beach Hairdressers' Guild 21st annual Trade and Hiirstyling Show at Lafayette Hotel, who shows how it's done. Take a pretty girl (like our model, Gerry Dyer), tint front of hair with chocolate food coloring (it rinses out easily) and tint the back silver, hack comb hair into rigid spikes, add a postiche of angora hair (mounted on styro- foam, of course), swirl girl's hair artfully into angora, spray thoroughly, anchor bangs with a touch of glue, sprinkle with sparkle and look what happens ... a hair-raising coif that takes a gal to outer places for a night on the town. Some 4,000 stylists and shop owners from the U. S, Canada, Mexico and Japan attended the two-day show. Slaff photos by Kent Henderson CLUB CALENDAR Skit to Highlight Optometric Session They're on Honeymoons WE.THE THURSDAY Taking part will be Mmes. Woman's Auxiliary to "· B - Meisel, R. K. Melton, Long Beach Optometric Aux- D. LeRoy Leatart, Gene Wil- iliary wiH meet for dinner k^*. DonaU L. Baker, I. A. »t 7:30 pjn. at Curries Santa Post and Carl Hejna. The Fe. The program will feature skit was written by Mrs.' a skit oa the whims and James E. Spencer. ways of a press chairman * * * * which originally was pre- Chaplain Robert Gunter of scnted at annual state con- Long Beach Memorial Hostess of the auxiliary, and P' tal TM E P" k » "Traits again will be given at na- «·" Personality" at the 1 pja. tional convention in July, meeting of North Long Rrarh Mrttnrlict rhiirrh $$$ **^ \1 **f*3KSi t* ^** ^·NI ^^^VfflBE'X',, ****^ · T^^El^j ··**---- RESTAURANT ctt Lakewood Country Club CATIIING TO BANQUETS CcmfiUU ficX4T«t for I.rqv er binqu.S. d.nctt, bufftti. w.a'JTnfi, r.ctptloni. tifcrbiH *'H-.«B» .«im»pW». Superb Mn-Tcs. frT.pidlf m.n.gtmcnt. pricM. l.rg* k.tlroom. in) for .vvr 500 ctrt. All CONtXTIGNED FO» YOU« COMfOtT. FAMOUS FOI fINE FOODS. 3101 E. Carson HA 5-6447 NE 6-4592 WSCS. at the church. 5600 Linden Ave. A 10-JJO am. business session will be followed by noon luncheon. Music will be by Mrs. Clyde Hopewell accompanied by Mrs. E. P. Sturges. · · « · Frank George, supervisor of audio-visual sen-ices for Long Beach Unified School District, wiH speak before members of Long Beach Writers Club at 1 pja. at WCC Clubhouse, 1303 E. Third St. Morning session will be devoted to prose drama discussion led by John Frisch. FRIDAY Friday Morning Discussion Club will meet at 10 am. in Bay shore Branch Library with Mmes. James R. Buchanan, Herbert E. Lewis, Alice K. Long. Louis H- Muiray, Orkj M. Rollo, Irving Smith and H. A. Zelsdorf Monday, March 9th--8:00 P.M. "America! America!" CHARITY BENEFIT SHOW Dawafow* lot 5 Beech Associates' 12rb Anaoo! Frsrnral ef FSB Feskioi for tlit IcaefU ef Lea? leach Area United Way and Red Cross ,imrrira'$ ff/ir»( Knlcrlainmrrl LONG BEACH AUDITORIUM * SUSPR1SE PERSONALITY Sivtrs! T«J N«mtt l«'*9 C*«iV»rtisJ! * TOP NAME IAND W«tcfc for fr» A*ifl*inc«ir«*f! * CALL'S GOLD MEDAL TKOFHY D A N G E R S * IOI1T IUXGESS AND I A K S A R A IOTLAN fr.» l».ftie. W«Vs If S k «« * LIE CASS Hoyi- Meler Kay Meier, granddaughter of Mrs. SiDie Hamilton of Long Beach, exchanged wedding vows with Russell L. Hoyt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hoyt of Redondo Beach, at Wayfarers' Chapel in Portugese Bend Saturday. The bride wore a formal gown of ivory satin with a fingertip veil of silk illusion. Carole Brimhalt was her maid of honor. Dave Levy served the bridegroom as best man. Other members of the wedding party included Mary Lou Young. Carole Waugh, Ray Kosi and Dennis Dean. The new Mrs. Hoyt graduated from Polytechnic High School and attended Long Beach City College. Her husband graduated from UC, Santa Barbara. Following a San Francisco wedding trip, the couple will reside in Long Beach. BraithwaHe- Irwln Linda Corolee Irwin and Ramon Braithwaite w e r e married at morning ceremonial rites at the Los An- feles Mormon Temple Saturday with 500 guests at- tendin; an evening service as speakers. A coffee hour will follow at the home of Mrs. Floyd S Muchmore, ' 3750 Myrtle Ave. SATURDAY Jean B. Miller Sr, national president of United States Air Force Mothers, will conduct an aU-day meeting for presidents cf flights in the Southern California area at her home, 6647 Gardenia Ave. Plans will point toward national convention. 117 * CAST OF 100 FOR TICKETS Oritl · · fcr Itit i*. til TicVcti .r* «· t.'» «t 40 I f.cif c f't. Iwfftfwt* .r Wiltr'l'c. D«il Cir«'« fi««r) . . . U.:i.J W. r » tit Cf» · c.1 D«»*« Un| lock Jit.cUtri.tHE S 7177 .r HE 4 4!5» BALCOflY 2.00 one} 2.SO R«ier.« i MAIN FLOOR 4 CO en J 5.00 Rtter.t J LOGES 4.00 end 10.00 R t n r » t i Phone HE 6-4259 or HE 5-7377 1C; Mrs. Russell U Hoyt ',/ - -.'-·-£ ·:;f**33#. and reception at Latter-day Saints Church, 3701 Eta Ave. Parents of the couple are Messrs, and Mmes, Joseph Lee Irwin of Anaheim and Mark Braithwaite of Long Beach. The bride chose a lace gown with scalloped neckline, long sleeves and irri- descent sequin decoration for her wedding day. Janet Ann Irwin and Karen Kay Decker were her honor attendants. Jarvis R. Deaton attended the bridegroom as best man. Other members of the bridal entourage included Bonnie Irwin, Connie Braithwaite, Cheryl Adams. Sharon Walker, Christy Irwin, Don Terry, Alan Jagerson, Jon Sharp and Bob Card. The former Miss Irwin graduated from Lakewood High School and attended LBCC. Her husband is i graduate of Polytechnic High School and LECC-BTD. The couple will reside in Anaheim on return from a fr ! " 1 -£-, Mrs. Ramon Braithwaite San Francisco, honeymoon. Aldricri- Morgan Now honeymooning . in Palm Springs are Mr. and Mrs. William H. Aldrich Jr. (the former Faith M. Morgan). The couple married at First Baptist Church, Saturday in an afternoon service. Their parents are Mrs. Ina Lee Long of Kansas City, William H. Aldrich of Irvington, Calif, Mrs. Thelma B. Eurney cf Long Beach and p tgt B-4-- INDEPENDENT «··"· »·** c * 1 "- *·*- Sharon Vaughan Weds University Student Baku. ·^ w T, U^M your bi _J M begins to creep ke ^3y may rebel · bit at ^^^I^t'l tie p*a j'pe s rut \ Vs3pr_j- \ there win still be tares mhea )onH vant tat-y to s:aj put. How lo lecp your scoot- aNxd fcappr *'·'·" b**» 'aJ i U r-f frceJcnn? Tbcse trps naj be UTpful: · Tim* tfamtnr. If you reserre pea times for ^a^T's tnoft ccm- tm-.el toon, te protiMj «oa t r. A few differed toyi lot t»ci iniian le!p Itrp ' »o intnntrcf plice to cone bome t. A ccn-errJ saocrp^n with a Cermet Tetthrnj Bivoil imiJc adJs · nice turprtse. · fe»iio» e*«*tt. By rlfi'S Die pea where taby tail waKfc your »nJ toir(\ It woa*l fee! ce(!ccteJ. mot»«r. A bahy »c!i neeJi fr«er lo xnuvlti he'i irti mere anJ more. Gerber SlriittJ Mt«1» rro»U« profril n'ore n Ite inooiteit forra Hit etcr icmmoacd cp a r a ^ ) mile. · :a-S WUJCTIJ IT CIS. tU UtHI. MCTHEI Of I Made from special cuts by Amwur, these quir meaa are low a fat for ea«j (JijtaibflitT ...(real on true-meat favors for rcaJy tcceptabilitjr. varieties... 5 jucior meats for totj »ith teeth. · Seftfy m.asvris for founcaTkcrs. Creepen Dale a beelice for brijtit objects so b« sore to icaa i.e floor for ptm. ttittoiu, tie. Irei aid t o a i t e r c o r d s should cot bt left i-da»|!c. floor fait cr tellers are Sunifild* »p for creepers, lap- sinrn cr hijN-chair heron leroines. Cerber S l r i i t c j EK Volls arc rrifht ai a if la^ of son- shine . . . bate a d e l i c a t e , frtifc- Cf| flavor a*J creamr, castarj- lAe tnturc tb^i's kard (o Keat for domnrifht dclithiful eatn-j. As For loarisDmeit, Gerbrr Fj( "' Tls ire ki|h » thaiiia A. rth m iroi inj i |txvl source of pro- lei*. r«utei« Baby FooJa, Eo* 72. Fremont, M i ' Mrs. Wffliaa H. Aldrich Jr. W. B. Morgan of Vallejo. A white satin gown, fingertip veil and a single strand of pearls were worn by the bride. Janet Hess was her maid of honor and Patricia Crossman, bridesmaid. The bridegroom c h o s e Richard Aldrich to serve as best man and Gary Adams to usher. Aldrich attended the University of Michigan and USC where he affiliated with Phi Gamma Delta. The couple will reside in Long Beach. J» rOLA MASTHISON airmail letter InvereO where IUD AN' (posted last Thursday) from Dorothy Brothers from In- verelL Australia. And what an excited, surprised traveling lady is she. She had a cable from husband. Bill, "out of the b!ae" so to speak, from Hong Kong. telling her to catch the earliest plane out and rendezvous with him in Sydney. He has been on a month's business trek to such places as HK, Tokyo and Osaka-and then Australia. Dorothy writes she has had a wonderful reunion with her brother and his wife, the Don Dow das, in New Once-a-Week Shoe Shine 7 Days Juxt re-bt-rf awr (Grt ant) spots between ifur.n tn««tood$.Tour ShfaM comtt tfeaminc back!. Shinola 7-DAY SHOE POLISH P«t« or UcjiM they were feted and on the tjo every day of their stay--sometimes two parties a day. One of the entertaining evening* wzs spent at z sheep station (ranch) and they tubseqaently visited another station where they witnessed 4,000 she«p btta; shorn. I usoraed she meant an in one b!j operation. All ' good things must come to an end, and they subsequently caught a plane (Friday, last I think but the note is a little hazy on dates) for the hop to Sydney where they will visit briefly before returning Stateside. · * · · RUSH WEEK b * thin; of the past at USC and when the smcke of rashicg was brushed away learned that Corkle Stverson, Ethers son, pledged Stgnu ChL · · · · MORE SCHOOL news. Virginia F*ayse, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. David Payee. 3944 Pine Ave, has been named to the dean's honor roll at Cot ley College in Nevada. Mo, where sh« is a first-year stodent Tea Is Friday Wives of »n Typographical Union members in the area have been bidden to a get acquainted tea from 2 to 4 p.a. Friday in Linden HiO. Auxiliary m e m b e r s will serve. Honeymooning at Idj-U- wild and Palm Springs are Mr. and Mrs. John L. Rawls (the former Sharon Mae Vaughan) whose marriage was sotemnized in a ceremony at First Baptist Church Friday. Parents of the rewlywcds are Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rawls and CoL (USAF ret) Lloyd J. Vaughan and Mrs. Vaughan. ' The bride wore a gown of peau de soie with a bouffant skirt and pearl decoration. Her veil fell in butterfly folds from a pearl crown, Mr. and Mrs. E d w a r d Selby attended the couple as matron cf honor and best man. Other members of the wedding party included Mrs. Jackie Dole Jagerson, Pat Miller, Wendell Austin and Kenneth Tarbutton. * 9 * · THE NEW Mrs. Rawls is a teacher at a Garden Grove elementary schooL She is a Polytechnic High School graduate, a t t e n d e d UC, Santa Barbara, graduated from Long Beach State College and worked on her master's degree at Stanford University. She affiliated with Zeta Tau Alpha and relinquished membership in Bachelorettes with her mar- naze. R a w l s is a Polytechnic graduate and is now a student at USC, affiliated with Beta Theta PL The couple will reside in Downey. Fun, Fashion Ticlcets on Sale Howard Conrad, tick* et fttatrmini for the 12th annual Festival of Fca and Fashion March ia Mcnicipal A n ditorhnn, announces t h a t g o o d seats still are available. He may be contacted for reservations at the Downtown Long Beach Associates o f f i c e . 601 Pacific Are. Tklets also are oa sale at En/ferns' and W a l k e r ' s main floor serrict desks and at United Way and Red Cross headquarters. The festival this year will star top night ebb personal/ties anJ musicians whose names win be anaoonced within a week. la addition, 129 aew spring fashions from shops la the downtown area win be modeled. Lee Ifogan Cm wQ coaintate. AH t i c k e t proceeds wrOl be donated to tht local United Way and Red Cross. Mrs. John L. Rxwli Nancy Estep Is Bride of C. D. Radig Nancy Gay Estep. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James' R- Estep Jr., and Curtis Da!« Radig. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Radig. exchanged wedding vows in St. Luke's E v a r ^ e l i e a l L u t h e r a n Church. For the 8 p.m. ceremony. the bride were a gown cf Our.UEy lace, designed with a chapel train and adorned with seed pearls and sequins. Her fingsrtip-length veil of French illusion was held by a crown of seed pearls and aurora borealis stones. Sh- carried a bouquet of white roses and stephanotis centered with a , white orchid. · · · · · · . MEMBERS cf the wedding · party were Pam Taylor, maid of honor; Coleen Dead- ericfc. Sacdy Artt. Terri Tiff and Mrs. James Re step III, bridesmaids; Gary Radig. best man; James R. Estep III, Junes HHIery, and James May, ushers. The bride and bridegroom are graduates of Millikan High School. After a honyemoon in Palm Springs, they will reside in Lcrg Beach. I.Irs. C D. F-adij

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