Independent from Long Beach, California on March 17, 1966 · Page 18
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 18

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, March 17, 1966
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high style KATE GREENAWAY, create. ... high fashions for smallfry, has . taken a leaf from the pages of Kate Greenaway, beloved illustrator nf yesteryear, for a collection of utterly feminine party togs. There's a dress for every little girl, featuring the flower of her birthday month --i.e. larkspurs for July (see dress below), carnations for January (left). Little girl models will preview the dresses at Buffums' Lakewood tonight. 7 p.m. and in the Terrace Room, Buffums' downtown, Saturday noon. Commentator will be Jean Bellew, designer, who will be here in person to present her unique Keepsake Collection. Uw MHO. cm., nun. tttr IT. IN* INDEPENDENT-?,,. ».$ WILD WAVES SAY Phi Kappa Tau brothers to share brotherly night Newlyweds take island honeymoon By IOLA MASTERSON t, P-T Society Editor ALL THE tried and true brothers of Phi Kappa Tau alumni will rally 'round the banquet tables Saturday at Sam's Sea Food to prove to each other they still enjoy food and each other's company with the zest of freshmen. Alums of Long Beach will be h o s t i n g the annual Founders. Day .feast .for alumni (ram throughout the Southland. Bill Odder, president of the local group, will he joined by such other brothers as Drs. Dave Bryant, " F r e n c h i e " Flynn, Judge Beach Vasey, Frank Bowman and Dr. Carl (MD variety) Brossia. Main event of the night will be a talk by Roland Maxwell, Pasadena attorney, who served as national president of the fraternity for 25 years. Yep. I did a double take at that 25-year bit, too. But it's a fact according to Frank Bowman. That man Maxwell has got to be a whiz or a bear for punishment or both. · NOW IT can be tnld department b e r a i i s p just learned the details TO toll it. Prior to Las Hermanas cocktail and dinner party for husbands at Eunice and Bill Grail's home, member Dana Harpe had needled other members about dressing up for a chanpr. -We all have our little knit suits," she challenged, "but for this occasion let's to first cabin." So the gals all wore cocktail attire and Instructed husbands to wear dark suits. Everyone followed orders to the letter --except. Lillian Mills and I.yman Lough arrived together, Lillian in a wild Hawaiian shift and tennis thoes and Lyman In matching aloha shirt of same print as Lillian's dress and both decked out with paper flower Ids. Moments after they arrived along came Dr. Don Mills e s c o r t i n g Nancy Lough, she in long, formal white beaded gown and he In tuxedo. Well, back to the little knit suits. HOPING TO see each other in good health Saturday are gals of the scholarship section of University Women's Club when they meet at Whaley Park for a 1 to 4 p.m. card session. I.astl? time around when they hadiu* a champagne party hosted j| hy Millie and Dr. Francis !j-' Simpson those who hadn't' 1 '* had the flu--or subsequently rame down with it--were few and far between. Co-|| hostess with Millie was|ic, Mary (Mrs. Andrew) Snren-|j5 sen - if..: When I expressed some amazement that flu was still around In a p p r e c i a b l e a m o u n t my Informant, Jeanne Badgiey. said she had to skip the party because of It, her husband, Norman, has just recuped and their neighbors, Jessie and Richard Robinson, fell victim to th* hug. · NORMALLY WP wouldn't be heatinp the drums for a Santa Monica high school reunion hut just can't pass up trying to be a good Samaritan to help the gal in charge, Mrs. Allan (nee Carol Drum) Bohner, 5R32 Eckleson St.. Uakewood. It was her idea to have a 10th year reunion for her alma mater, Saint Monica Girls High. Of sister graduates, Carol has kept In touch with 20 and felt It would be cinch, with the help of thm 16, to round up the rest of th* class. Not so. To date they've only managed to locate 84. Carol doesn't know their married names but, via the grapellne, knows s e v e r a l live right around here but doesn't have any way nf reaching them. Reunion will he a dinner June 2fl at Santa Ynez Inn, Pacific Palisades. One of the ironic twisH to this is that Carol has th« names and addresses of fivn alums who won't be at reunion. One lives in Alaska, one in Mexico, another in Florida, one in Washington and a n o t h e r in Oregon. Closer they are to homfl base, harder thpy are *n locate. Catalina was destination of a wedding trip made by Mr. and Mrs. Francis C. Long Jr. after their Saturday exchange of vows in St. Anthony's Church. More than 200 guests witnessed the ceremony uniting the former I.aura Lee Shelton and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis C. Long, 2782 Eucalyptus Ave. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amery A. Shelton, 2SB9 E. 219 Place, wore a gown of silk organza and Chantilly lace styled with a sweeping cathedral - length train. A crown of net and lace petals imported from Germany secured her tiered ·ilk veil. Mazur Group to entertain The Mazur Group, of the| P o l i s h National Alliance Youth Group, will join in a "Musical Doin's" program »t Volunteers of America! Sunset Club, 7(10 E. Broadway Sunday at 2 p.m. The Mazur Group has appeared on television and at Disneyland, hospitals, UCLA and DSC and received a plaque from the Purple Heart Association where they have played many programs during the last 10 years. Mrs. Raymond Helgeson was matron of honor while bridesmaids were Nancy and Patty Long, Barbara McCurry and Mrs. Floyd Clay. Kerry Long was flower girl and Gregory Long was ring bearer. T h e bridegroom asked Raymond Helgeson to he his best man. Ushers were Pat Smith, Richard Topp, Joseph McDonald and Max Long. A reception followed in Dominguez Community Hall. Mrs. Long is an alumna of Banning High School, Wilmington. Her husband was graduated from Poly High School and attended Long N.L.B. Juniors honor president In recognition of her many com m u n i t y contributions, North Long Beach Junior Women's Club has selected its president, Mrs. Thomas Christensen, as Citizen of the Year. In addition to her many posts within the juniors, she also has been area chairman for United Crusade, registrar f o r t h e Governor's Youth Council and North Long Beach chairman for March of Dimes. Musical chocolates A Swiss firm has devised a package for chocolates that has a phonograph record as an Integral part of the design. The record Is laminated to the top of the box which Is decorated to resemble a traditional Swiss music box. After the candy Is eaten, the box top can ba torn off so the 45 rpm folksong record can be used on any phonograph. WEEK-END SPECIALS friday and Saturday only downtown long beach only! Safety chute An amusement park-like chute Is being attached tn an English hospital for use by handicapped patients as an escape route. The chute, made of reinforced plastic, descends from fire escapes. It Is canva.i lined and has a catchment scoop at the r-nd that buffets the sliding patients. MRS. FRANCIS LONG Beach City College. They will be at home after Tuesday at 2275 Eucalyptus Ave. fM du Barry's -- Buy Direct From Importer WICSf 100% HUMAN HAIR ^ ASO Y»T _ _ _ * _ _ _unuj M m mU** TM 9 REG. $125 yo* Wist Cltnned. strlrt * Fmrf ALL WIGS 1H% HUMAN HAIR 150.09 NOW . . Pony Toll! inm J35 TERMS AS LOW AS $2.00 PER WEEK PHONE FOR FREI HOME DEMONSTRATION ALL SALONt OPEN II TO «, MON. THRU SAT. LONG BEACH 250 Lont Btieh tlvd. HE 5-IJ8I Huntington Park tm ricHIc IU i-tltl WESTCHESTER III! Slpulvtdl OR 8-243$ sportman's shop IT* 510,000 t ANY MONTH t t m I h t Ml. insured savings Save more and earn more with the First Federal where your--savings arc insured to SI 0,GOO.00. A Certificate of Insurance protecting your savings against toss by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, an instrumentality of the United States Government, is printed in the inside cover of our passbooks. It explains how each savings account is insured 7 FIRST FEDERAL SAVIKOS just starting? Men's and ladies' 7-pc. golf srarter set by Burke Worthing- ron, has everything you need' Step-down steel shaft; Golf Pride fine line rubber grips: sandblasted faces; c h r o m e heads; persimmon head woods have nylon inlay. Five-Star General set consists of *lo woods and 'V'.-o irons and putter. children's hush puppies 4.97 pine savings on this popular shoe Disc o n t i n u e d styles and (olnis in oxford and slip-ons in brushed pigskin*. Boys' nr girls' broken si?es 81/j to 6. Children's Shoes hotior quality roll-around ««aH 30.95 rcc. 6) .9V Famous Salton cart has handsome walnut trim. Sturdy construction with handy hot spot. A must for patio! Ti mffrr maker nlm' .. . I0.9JV TI i offer maker ...... 4.95 Honsewarrs irg w.t 4 f. M. Fnolvyi T R E E P A K K J N C . EARNINGS PAID 4 TIMES A YEAR FIRST and PINE P M O M l Hlmlaefc 7-1111 135 I. OCEAN AVE. At Our iu«r Intranet prqK m.iHf A l t e r thr 10th nl ;hf month will earn trom the Hstr n| HrpOMt. LONG BF.ACH P'ne it Broidwiy HE 6-9811 Men. indFri. 5.00 li!! f~*ur (Omplere Itnr of golf a - · rssnnes irvlnrlr"; golf h*-' 1 -, nags, bag hoy i A I I V Golf shoes hy Foot Joy, Spald- i n g a n d H u s h P u p p i e s in Downtown Long Reach store. Spoilsman's Shop Downtown Long Beach, Pomona POMONA TOD of the Mail famous maker Jerspy drpssos 18.99 reg. 28.00. Fresh as spring styles in bright colors. Assorted sizes in travel- happy. ·"Tinkle-shedding, easy care Jersey. Scoop up several of these beauties' Sum h a r m Spnrtwrar SANTA ANA M»m i! Tenth Kl 2-6262 Hi"., jr^fn 9'VI till 9:00 Ot^r Days 9 3 0 V " 5:30 M Mon.indFri. 10.00 til!'! W C"rDiyslOOflt''!60fl P.nmsuli CintW 377-6737 Won tivJFn.KMO till 9:00 O^erDtyt 10:00 OH $00 MARINA'C Cojst Hwv. it 2nd long Beicti 437-0781 ttwi.ilxfFo. 10-00 till 3-00 OfliirOiyslO-OOti'15'0 LAKEWOOD D«l Amo it Griywond t»k««ood Cotter ME 4 5049 Fn 1(1 0(1 till J.30 Ot-«- D w I O O O M I S W

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