Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 79
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 79

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Sunday, July 16, 1961
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July Special on Block Walls Your yard becomes an estate with a beiu- tiful, permanent block wall. Fireproof, rot- proof and maintenance free, it will look just as good 20 years from now as it does today. If you buy now, you'll be pleasantly surprised at the low price. Often Today and Every Day! No Money Down Up to 5 years to pay FHA Terms -- 5 Interest DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS Ream Addition! · Pallas · Watli Fences · Firep/ocei 3424 LONG BEACH ILVD., LONG IEACH 7, CALIF. eeetct ox, KITCHEN REMODELING * Natural Wood Cabined and lirandi * Caramic TFIe and Formica CounUr Topi * Novell Rubbar Tile. Vinyl o; LlnoUum Hoor» * Built-in Rangai and Wall Ovsni * Guarantcad Electrical and Plumbing Installations * Featuring Genuine Coramlc Tilt. Manufactured by Himtingtofl Tile Co. "Specialists in Kitchen Pemodeiinr and Bathrooms, Too" GEneva 3-0468 1376 GLADYS AVe., L B. MAKES THE BIG SEJtVING; LAKEWOOD IELLFLOWER LOS ALTOS KOSSMOOR MOVE LONG IEACH ARTESIA NORWALK PARAMOUNT DOWNEY GLASS CO. FORMER ADDRESS »714 E. Arieiia St. MOVES TO 9748 E. ARTESIA ST. AT BELLFLOWER BLVD. You are mosf welcome fo come in and browse around in--this area's most beautiful and complete glass store. GLASS CO. TO 6-7O47 , i v t JLo Heina Itule WHAT YOUR NAME MEANS MISS RULE: Have mr you history on WINTER and WINTERS--K.W., D.W., W.W., Long Beach; E.M., Nampa, Idaho; J.H., Fullerton. WINTER and WINTERS (Son of Winter) refer back to an English forebear who was baptized "Winter" because of his birth in mid-winter. In ancient English records of A.D. 858 I was delighted to locate two brothers listed, called Sumar (Summer) and Winter. Both the Winter and Winters coat-df-arms have a silver stripe across the center of a shield covered with checkered black and gold squares. John Winter, married in Devonshire, England, in 1609, was a settler of Richmond's Island, Maine, about 1635. DEAR MISS RULE; Have you data on N1CKOLAI and N1CKOLEY.--J. N., Mrs. L. N., Long Beach. J. N., L. N.: NICKOLAI and NICKOLEY are from the Slavic "Nikolai," a Russian and Polish baptismal name that became a surname many generations ago. The ancestor was christened in honor of St. Nicholas, patron saint of old Russia, whose name meant "victorious-army." The Nickolai coat-of-arms, granted in medieval Livonia, is a shield colored gold on the upper half, blue on the lower half, with no emblems on it. DEAR MISS RULE: May I have data on KUHN. --F.K., Artesia. F.K.: KUHN is from the ancient German w a r r i o r named Kuoni, a flattering characterization of " b o l d , keen, experienced one." Another source, "Konig," meaning "king," altered to Kunne, then Kulin, was applied first to a man who played the part of a king in village religious pageants. The Kuhn coat-of- anns from Bavaria has a gold lion on a silver background for the upper half of the shield, and a silver horse on blue as the lower half. DKAR MISS RULE: Have you genealogy on McNELIS. --Mrs. J. M., Long Beach. J. M.: McNELIS is a modern form of the Gaelic Irish clan- n a m e MacNiallghuis. This proud lineage had as their forebear a battling warrior called Niallghus whose name t r a n s l a t e s a s "Winner's choice." The early Gaelic clan name was changed to Mac- Nellis, McNeils and Nealis in the 15th century by descendants who lived in north Irish Ulster. DEAR MISS RULE: Would y o u analyze SILVA.--Mrs. R.C., Westminster; Mrs. N., Mrs. F.S., Long Beach. R.C, N, F.S.: SFLVA is shortened from the Portuguese surname De Silva. The source was the ancient word "Selva" meaning "from the forest." Portugal had few ,'fbVjesU; so /thafVffn o'iftjes'tor 'from !!£;'yQjjttejjJ? area '" wa » ^Continued ^60.'. Page, 24)

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