Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on January 4, 1959 · Page 81
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Phyllis Horowitt Is Holiday Bride At home today in Long Beach following a honeymoon trip to Mexico City are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Acter- man (Phyllis Horowitt). The pair exchanged wedding vows Dec. 21 in an intimate ceremony witnessed by family members in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Horou'itt, 295 Argonne Ave. Rabbi W. Kaelter officiated at the double ring ceremony. G1VKX IX marriage by her father, the bride selected a white ballerina length gown of lace over net and satin fashioned with demure high neckline and long sleeves. Her something borrowed was her sister-in-law's bridal veil and cap. She car- ried white camellias on a white Bible. Attending the newlyweds were the bride's cousin, Marian Smith, and the bridegroom's brother, Joe Aeter- man. The new Mrs. Acterman received a 15.S. degree from UCLA and an M.A. from Stanford. She teaches at Wilson High School. Her husband, with B.A. and M.A. degrees from Long Beach State College, teaches at Stanford Junior High School. War Mothers Chapter 5, American War Mothers, will meet at 1 p.m. Monday in Veterans Memorial Bldg. led by Cornelia Pollard. Alpha Phis to Install ^" JO-KAYE --COR. 4th and AMERICAN ^TM STARTS TOMORROW Doors Open 9:30 o. m. to 9 p. m. ANNUAL AN ALL-OUT, SELL-OUT! The greatest BARGAIN CLEARANCE of FAMOUS JO-KAYE Fashions! I Large Groups JO-KAYE ORIGINAL 8 DRESSES I; Dressy, casual, cocktail s] Newest styles and fabrics !; Reg. $29.98 to $39.98 Reg. to $59.98 i: $ Entire Stock LILLI ANN COATS Regular $99.98 $ Entire Stock LILLI ANN Regular $69.98 to $119.98 to Entire Stock i : JO-KAYE ORIGINAL j SUITS I Regular $39.98 to $55.00 $24 to 533 Large group HAND-LOOMED, VIRGIN WOOL SWEATERS Car £r d CLOSE-OUT PRICED! Entire Stock JO.KAYE ORIGINAL Regular $29.98 Finest imported wool gabardine Large group HAND-LOOMED. VIRGIN WOOL JO-KAYE ORIGINAL KNIT DRESSES Reg. $49.98 and 559.98 One and two-piece styles 29 Finest Imported SUEDE OR KIDSKIN JO-KAYE ORIGINAL Full Length Regular $99.98 to $149.98 Finest Imported SUEDE OR KIDSKIN JO-KAYE ORIGINAL JACKETS Regular $40.00 to $65.00 to $29 jo-kaye Corner 4th and American W« Invlli Chargo Accounts or Ui§ Our la/. A way FREE PARK SHOP ·OPEN MON. FRI. NITES-9:30 A.M. TO 9 P.M." Mrs. Lawrence Acterman STANFORD PAIR TO WED Stanford University students Frances Ann Scripps, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Locke Scripps III · of Denver, Colo., and Stephen Townsend Conley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Herbert Conley, 4CMO Chestnut Ave., revealed their betrothal at a cocktail buffet given by the parents of the bride-to-be. He received his early schooling at Poly High and she is a graduate of Kent School for girls in Denver. Long Beach area Alpha Phi alumnae will install new officers Wednesday in Hie home of Mra. Thomas Burdick, 633 Sand Piper Dr., Seal Beach. Mrs. Vito Romans, District X governor, will officiate. Elected to serve in 1959 are Mrs. Earl Marks, president; Mrs. Myrna Newell, vice president; Mrs. J a m e s O'Brien, secretary; Mrs. Karl Russell, treasurer. Panhel- lenic representative will be Mrs. Lee Hauge with Mrs. Harry Westover as alternate. Final plans will be made for the annual Table Topic Tea slated Feb. 26 in Virginia To Address GOP Group "Role of the Navy in the Missile Age" will be the topic absorbing to Los Altos Republican Women when Lt. Cmdr. Robert E. Greeley (USNR) s p e a k s Tuesday noon at a no-host luncheon at The Hawaiian Restaurant. Greeley, to be introduced by Mrs. Luther Roseland, is an instructor at the Reserve Officers Candidate School, Newport, R. I., is on the faculty of Long Beach Slate College and is director of activities at Millikan High School. Mrs. Robert E. Browning will lead the business meeting at 1 p. m. The Rev. Louis Mertz of St. Luke's Lutheran Church will give devotions. Husbands of members are invited to attend the event. Library Group to View Films A program appropriate to the season will be given by Mrs. Walter Hunsaker at the meeting of Alamitos Library Assn. Wednesday afternoon in the club rooms, 1836 E. 3rd St. She will show pictures and tell of incidents of her recent trip through the Holy Land. Luncheon will be served at 12:30 o'clock with Mmes. Carroll Thorn, H. L. Dodge, C. II. Gaba and Mary Langen as hostesses. Mrs. Arthur Phillips will preside. \ Country Club. Tickets arc available f r o m any Alpha Phi, according to tea chairman, Mrs. Calvert Strom. Members also will be given new rosters with a calendar of meetings along with sorority social events. YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT CHECK IN Towle S T E R L I N G i-Pc. Plic« Settings, l'°m $32.7! Tea Spoons, trom $4.50 Seivins Pieces, from $5.00 JOIN OUK SILVH CLU1 Long Booth's Oldest JEWELERS 333 PINE AYE. City College NLB Women Patrons Slate Se/ Luncheon Program Date Gladys O'Donnell (Mrs. J. Lloyd O'D o 11.11 e J1), distinguished aviatrix and world traveler, will describe her recent African safari and will illustrate her talk with films when she is guest of Patrons of Long Beach City College Friday. The group will meet at 1:30 p.m. in the Little Theatre of the BT Division, 1305 E. Pacific Coast Hwy. Mrs. Philip M. Thompson will preside; Mrs. A. L. Etzenhouser will present the program, and Mrs. Rebecca Loy and her committee will be in charge of the tea hour. Mr. and Mrs. O'Donnell, accompanied by their grandson Jimmy O'Mahoney, now 12, have visited ninny countries during t h e i r globe-circling trips and participated in big game hunts in Kenya Colony, British East Africa in 1955 and 195S. Mrs. O'Donnell became a national figure in the field of aeronautics in lS2a when she placed second in the first Powder Puff Derby in competition with Amelia Earhart, and again in 1930 when she won top honors. Theme of LBCC Patrons this year is "Small World," with accent on the foreign s t u d e n t exchange program and special attention to expanding college courses and campus activities. Hostesses are Jit's. Edythc Carman, Mrs. Hallie Bridges. Mary Rene and Olive Pound. Spanking Fresh Gloves should bp spanking fresh to look well. Remember this when you buy white or pastel gloves. If you fee! you can't afford the dry cleaning upkeep, choose dark colors instead. North Long Beach Women's Club will meet for noon pot luck luncheon Wednesday in Houghton Park Clubhouse with members of Group 4, Mrs. Clarence Snow, chairman, in charge. Mrs. Claton Watson will conduct a 10 a. m. meeting of the executive board. The program, presented by Mrs. Lee Carter, will feature an exhibit and historical account of dolls by Hilda Beckley and Willie Cox of Lakewood. During the recent meeting, Mrs. Icy High, CFWC citizenship c h a i r m a n , explained the Bill of Rights. 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