Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on June 20, 1954 · Page 4
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Santa Cruz, California
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Sunday, June 20, 1954
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f-Santa Cruz Sentinel-New Sunday, June 20, 1954 5 Simply styled, one - piece bathing suits will enhance the charms of Miss California and her court of 21 other young beauties today in the coronation ceremonies at the beach. The pride of San Diego, Jeanette Marie Golus, will display her near-perfect dimensions in a white suit with red piping down the front. Royal blue is the suit color chosen by Miss San Mateo County (Betty Theone Anderson) to complement her blonde beauty. Of sa tin lastex, the suit has tucks down the front. Miss Sonoma County (Phyllis Blodgett) will accent her tan in a white suit flecked with gold. A low-backed white suit is the choice of strawberry blonde Miss Sacramento (Delsa Lavon Keaton). the style featuring shirring down the front. Wearing her "lucky" suit will be Miss Orange County (Donna Ella-mae Schurr). This shapely brunette has won five beauty queen titles in this suit which is white with navy and red pin stripes. A white lastex suit, flecked with gold, will be worn by blonde Miss Oakland (Marilynn Kay Morse). Miss Hollywood (Joyce Meadows) will complement her shapeliness in a white faille suit with navy trim. : Styled with a halter neckline and a shirred panel down the front is the white suit selected for today by blonde Miss Fresno (Constance Duovic). One of the new bloomer-type suits with tulip top will be worn by Miss Tulare County (Stella Cox). She has chosen an all-white model to accent her brunette coloring. Gold brocade in a scroll design forms the pattern on the white satin lastex suit selected by blonde Miss San Fernando Valley (Sharon Curran). Miss Sunnyvale (Kay Rieder) will accent her tan in a black and white tlaid lastex suit. Statuesque Miss San Jose (Jill Gion) will be wearing a white satin lastex suit. To highlight her brunette beauty. Miss Watsonville (Alice Holland) has chosen a white suit with a stand-out cuff in navy across the top. Miss San Francisco (Lee Ann Meriwether) will match her blue eyes in a blue knit suit. A navy blue lastex suit is selected by Miss Chico (Sharon Lee Foley), a blue-eyed blonde. Ruffles across the top and the legs are the only trim on the white lastex suit chosen by petite Miss Castro Valley (Barbara Wright). Of white terry cloth is the "'telescope" style suit which stately Miss Modesto (Samee Shaughnes-sy) will display. A white lastex suit with shirred trim will be the attire of tanned Miss Eureka (Patricia French). Brunette Miss Santa Barbara (Kathleen Grace Riordan) has selected a white faille suit, fashioned with a cuffed bodice. Three rows of eyelet embroidery trim the bodice of the white las tex suit to be worn by shapely Miss Imperial Valley (Joyce Lan dis). A white lastex suit with-navy blue trim will accent the curves of Miss Woodland (Carol Sackett) Tides of Fashion by Betty Bushman T Antiques Show To Open On Thursday Thursday will be opening day for the YWCA s antiques show and sale at the Riverside hotel. The annual event is scheduled through Sunday, with hours from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Luncheon will be served from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. and dinner from 6 to 7 p.m. daily. Approximately 20 dealers and decorators will have displays this year, according to Mrs. Ada Jane Leamy, chairman. An added feature will be entertainment at luncheon and dinner arranged by Mrs. William Norton. Tickets may be purchased at the door or at the YWCA. Heading the various committees for the show are Mrs. William Deans and Mrs. J. E. Nowels, publicity; Mrs. A. C. Bowman, radio; Mrs. Norton, television; Mrs. La-vern Ebert, posters; Mrs. SamBin-sacca, announcements; Mrs. Henry DeLacy and Mrs. M. D. Clark, tickets; Dr. Margery Mayhew, hostesses; Mrs. S. K. Annand and Mrs. Homer Cornick, flowers. Mrs. Charles Brunjes is co-chairman with Mrs. Leamy. o o o Capitola C. Of C. Auxiliary Party Is Festive Event Capitola city hall was decorated with summer flowers of every description for the chamber of commerce auxiliary's card party Thursday, reports the chairman, Mrs. R. O. Heinley. The festive affair honored the birthdays of Mrs. Will Daley and Mrs. Jack Rosensteel.- Guests included Mrs. Gilbert Scott, Mrs. Hazel Barrett and her grandchildren, Douglas and Gary Hubbard of Honolulu. Prizes were won by Mrs. Geor- gina Torkington and Mrs. Rachel Gallo. Assisting Mrs. Heinley as host esses were Mesdames Lydia Kurz- bin, Minnie Vodden and Mamie Landre. They served strawberry shortcake. The flowers wer- donated by Mesdames Heinley, Edith Hayes and Edna Bradshaw. Beauty This year's candidates for the Miss California tit.e measure up brain-wise well as beauty-wise. They're definitely high in I.Q. as well SA. The $500 scholarship offered to the winner was a big incentive for most of the contest entrants, according to a survey taken by The Sentinel-News yesterday. Whether planning on marriage or a career, the contestants were unanimous in their conviction that the young cman of today should have a coll. ge education or some specialized training beyond high school. Looking forward to a career in the fashion field is Miss San Fernando Valley (Sharon Curran), 19-year-old student at Los Angeles Valley Junior college who is majoring in art. "College is necessary for a well-rounded education and social life," commented this pretty blue-eyed blonde. An education major at the College of the Sequoias is Miss Tulare County (Stella Mae Cox), 18, who hopes to be a kindergarten teacher "whether I get married or not." This vivacious brownette with matching eyes feels that every girl should be prepared with knowledge of some career. Miss Fresno (Constance Dugo-vic), 19-year-old blonde beauty with brown eyes, has her heart set on being an actress. She would like to further her dramatic training at the Pasadena Play House. Although her music teacher wants her U. study 10 be a concert pianist, Misr He,rret (Barbara Ellen Overby) is concentrating on music education at the University of sn't Everything, They $ay AAazzei-Smith Engagement News Revealed PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 13.847. In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Santa Cruz. In the Matter of the Estate of SUSIE GOWER, also known as SUSIE M. GOWER, Deceased. Notice Is Hereby Given by the Un dersiRned, CARL W. GLOVER. Execu tor of the estate of Susie Gower, also known as "Susie M. Gower. deceased to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, or said estate, to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the Clerk of the above named Court (which said office is situate in the Court House in the City of Santa Cruz in said County and State), within six months after the first publication of this notice made on the 30th day of May 1954, or present and exhibit tnem, with the necessary vouchers within said period, to the said Executor at the office of Attorneys Bert B. Snyder and B. B. Snvder. Jr., Suite 6. Medico-Dental Building, in the City of Santa Cruz, County of Santa Cruz. Mate of California, which said last named office, the undersigned selects as the place of business in all matters connected with said estate. carl w. nr nv-RT? Executor of the Estate of said deceased. Dated Mav 28, 1954. BERT B. SNYDER and B. B. SNYDER, JR., Attorneys for said Executor. May 30; June 6, 13, 20 Happy Birthday JUNE 21 Frank O. Day Mardell Lake William Wittefelt Mrs. Minnie Wood A. , J. Skelton By JEANNETTE CASTRO If you can "play a tune" on your hair after a shampoo, it's cleanl It needn't give off the rich tones of a Stradivarius and you can skip the violin bow entirely but when you rub your hands over your wet hair you should hear a good loud "squeak." Otherwise more rinsing is indicated and possibly another sudsing. Ordinarily a couple of good latherings is enough but the number of rinses varies with the individual. Rub your hands firmly over the wet hair and if it doesn't squeak keep rinsing! BEAUTY SALON 201 Walnut Ave., Phone 2043 Announcing anna a 5en has joined our staff, and is ready to serve her many good friends 1514 PACIFIC AVENUE PLEASE CALL FOR APPOINTMENT SALON OF BEAUTY PHONE 1053 r X SI v-1 k. i -'gM& 1- St 4fc x r.l - 11 if ' $! Miss Eva Mae Smith The betrothal of Miss Eva Mae Smith to Aldo Mazzei is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Smith of 607 Washington street. The benedict-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mazzei of 1141 Laurel street. Graduates of Santa Cruz high school with the class of '54, the young people plan to be married year from now. Both are em ployed by The Sentinel-News. Mazzei played varsity baseball and basketball at Santa Cruz high and belonged to the Lettermen's club. Southern California where she is a sophomore. "I like all of it," is the refreshing attitude on college life expressed by this 18-year-old strawberry blonde. "The sooner you get out of school and face the world the better," comments Miss Hollywood (Joyce Meadows), who has been undergoing intensive vocal train- ting with two top coaches in Holly wood. A stately brunette blue-eyed and 19 years old. the real-life Miss Meadows hopes to be ready soon or musicai comedy roles. An enthusiastic coed is Miss Oak land (Marilyn Kay Morse), who will be entering her junior year at the University of California next fall. Only 18 she "skipped" a grade whi'e attending combined high schoai and junior college in Pasadena. the is maioring in psy chology becausa she likes people hand also for background for social work. A statuesque blue-eyed blonde, she is the pride of Pi Beta Phi sorority on the Cal campus. A girl must fulfil' her own am bitions before settling down," says 17-year-old Miss Orange County (Donna Eliamae Schurr), who con siders going to college part of her goal. She plans to take a commercial art course at Fullerton Junior college because "you never can tell when a ioo may come in handy even when you're married. Blue-eyed ana a brownette, she has a preliminary contract with Paramount stud'os to prepare her for a screentest in the fall. Since she enioys, sewing and making har own clothes, Miss Sacramento (Delsa Lavon Keaton) is studying merchandising at Sacrament Junior college, with an eye to being a women s wear buyer. "Besides the classwork, I'm en joying college tor tne cnance it gives me to meet so many people and exchange ideas," comments this talented redhead. Miss San Diego (Jeannette Marie Golus), who taught in a country school in Nebraska at the age ot 17. attended Kearney (Neb.) State college before coming to San Diego a year ago to be with her sister's family. A fioney blonde with blue eyes, she has been taking courses at San Diegc State college specializing in domestic arts, while wait ing for a certain marine to come home from overseas At least m vears of college are recommended by Miss San Mateo County (Betty Theone Anderson), a stately platinum bi(.nde with blue eyes. Eighteen and just out of high school; she plans to take a home "economics course at Monte rey Peninsula college. She also likes to sew and makes most of her own clothes. Anticipating a career as a dental hygienist is Miss Sonoma County (Phyllis Blodgett), 18-year-old stu dent at Potiona college. She plans to go to the University of South ern California her iast two years in college to specialize in her chosen field. "I think a college education is a 'must' for most good jobs these days," comments Miss Blodgett, whose pretty face is enhanced by a "little boy haircut. Although her distinctive first name is in honor ot her grand father, Miss Modesto (Samee Shaughnessy) has definitely modern ideas un college and what it means to htr Seventeen and just graduated from high school thie stately brunette says, "I would use college training to study fashion design and department store buying." She would like to go to UCLA. Miss Santa Barbara' County (Kathleen Grace Riordan) 19 and a student at the University of California at S?nta Barbara, is studying for a junior higr school teacher's credential, with minors in French and home economics. This gracious biunette beauty says her ambition is to teach in California. Before taxing on a modeling career, Miss Eureka (Patricia Dawn French) is furthering her education at Humboldt State college where she. was chosen campus sweetheart by Bing Crosby last fall. This willowy sloeyed blonde is 19 years old. Miss Imperial Valley (Joyce Lan- dis), perky baton twirler from Holtville, is still undecided about going to coUege or business school. She was just graduated from high school and is 17 years old. "There's no question about the importanc-3 of college training, emphatically states Miss Woodland (Carol Sackett), a trim 17-year-old brunette. She is studying concert piano at the College of the Pacific and in Aqua Follies To Award Palm Springs Trip A three-day stay at the Deep Well Inn, Palm Springs, with reservations for two, is one of the special awards the Calvary Service club is planning for its Aqua Follies September 18. The club made this announcement yesterday, coinciding with the start of ticket sales for the elaborate luncheon event. Guests are to be seated around the swim-wing pool at the Thomas Twohig residence, 801 High street. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Charles Cooper at 2150-M or Mrs. Ed Twohig at 3277-J. Further plans for the Aqua Follies were made at the club's final dinner meeting of the year held Tuesday night at The Castle. Miss Marian Hardwick, president, showed souvenirs from her recent Hawaiian trip for the program. tends to finish her training n a conservatory. Miss Castro Valley (Barbara Wright), 18 and a petite brunette. wants to be a professional dancer anrf to further her career has chos en a dancing schooi rather than college. It s been a life-time ambition to be on the stage ' she says. specializing in radio and tele vision at Sax, Francisco city college is Miss aan Francisco (Lee Ann Meriwether) a statuesque beauty with blue eyes and short brown hair. "I don't consider a college edu cation esntial but definitely helpful toward a career," is her opinion. She would like to be an actress. Miss Watsonville (Alice Hol land) is considering both singing and modeling for possible careers when she completes her studies at San Jose State college. This vivac ious brunette insists -that "college comes first'" before a career. "A college education is essential to be able u, meet people and to be well versed in the arts," is the belief of Miss San Jose (Jill Elaine Gion), 18-jvar-old student at San Jose -State r-oiiege. Tall and hazel-eyed, her brown hair is styled in a oecommg page box. Miss Sunnyvale (Kay Rieder), 18, plans to attend San Jose State college next fall to take an education course. Tanned and a pretty brun ette, she would like to be a speech teacher an'l considers a college education as an asset to a successful career. Although she is attending Chico State college now, studying to be a kindergarten teacher, all blonde Miss Chico (Sharon Lee Foley) says she would use a scholarship to attend modeling school, o o o Miss Pauline Powell To Attend Unity Meet Miss Polly Powell, daughter of Mrs. Pauline Q. Powell, minister of Unity Truth center, left Santa Cruz yesterday for a six weeks' absence. She will spend two weeks in Hollywood, visiting the Kenneth tagerlin family, relatives of the Powells. On June 30 Miss Powell and her cousin, Miss Anna Fagerlm. will leave Hollywood for the east where they will attend the International Youth of Unity conference at Lee's Summit, Mo., from July 1 to July 6, in order to become thoroughly acquainted with the Y.O.U. program which recently has been inaugurated in Santa Cruz. Following the conference. Miss Powell will resume traveling, vis iting friends and relatives in Milwaukee, Wis. She will return to Santa Cruz about August 1. Burnett-Voss Nuptials Set Early In July VVILLOWBROOK GROUP . TO MEET . WEDNESDAY The Willowbrook group of the First Congregational church will meet Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. in uie social hall for installation of officers and a. business meeting. Desert will be served by Mrs. Fred Dolley and Mrs. Walter Robinson. Miss Mitzi Jean Voss Mr. and Mrs. Harry William Voss of 1760 Los Gatos highway announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Mitzi Jean, to Robert Hart Burnett, son of Mrs. Dorothy N. Harrington of Sacramento. The couple plan to be married early next month. A 1953 graduate of Santa Cruz high school, Miss Voss since has been employed at the Farmers and Merchants bank. She was a member of Phi Chi Zeta society, Girls' Honor society and the Leaders' club in high school. The future bridegroom was graduated from Pacific Grove high school in 1950 and previously attended San Jose schools. 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