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Independent from Long Beach, California • 83

Long Beach, California
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Howard Johnson of Long Beach announce the engagement of their daughter; Nancy, Ann, to John Donald rWaHick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald, E. WalUck of South Gate. Hinton-Christenien ntartalMMgt Wighitirby DEL NADEAU The benedict-elect, an alumnus of Warren High School in Downey, attended Cerritos College and is serving with the if.S.

Navy." A Jam 1.31 wedding is The future bride is a graduate of Jordan Iffgh A JJ i School anil attends Califor-M I AOQ. TO mC0 win state 'College at Long Instant minced onion te a Beach. She is past honored addition to baked queen of Jobs Daughters rice when served with Bethel 291 Jy meat or fish. PlMHnwdliMiSfji.UiicfciwR Mali non. Cirttilli FOR RHUVATKMS Ml NMIM 5199 EAST PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY MmdhialMItlM -7 LONO UOteAUNMNM JEWELERS Shu 189S 11.

FIFTH STREET North Long Beach Brethren Church was setting Saturday night when Sharon Lea Christensen exchanged wedding vows yrith Gerald H. Hinton. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. fEari Christensen, 7110 Lima Ave.

Her bridegrooms parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hinton, 3344 Gundry Ave. She wore a long gown fashioned of 'embroidered French organdy, with baby lace trim, featuring a portrait neckline, empire bodice with satin bow in front and train. Serving as her sisters matron of honor was Mrs.

Terry Shimer. Completing the brides entourage were another sister, Mrs. Janet Apple, the bridegrooms sister, olyn Hinton, Gloria Prosser and Pamela Brown. The brides niece, Kathy Apple, was flower girL Alan Hinton was his brothers best man, with Harold Meteer, Tom Hazelleaf, Jery Christensen, brother of the bride, and Richard Benney seating the 22S guests. Following a church reception, the bride's parents hosted a buffet dinner at their home for relatives and close friends.

The couple left on a honeymoon trip to San Francisco and will make a first home in Masawa, Japan, while the bridegroom completes a tour of duty in the U.S. Airforce. T' -The newlyweds-are both graduates af Jordan MRS. G. H.

HINTON School The bride was graduated fronj Beach City College, where her husband also studied. She is affiliated with the American Dental Assistants Association. Warren-Dunbar Honeymooning in Northern California following their wedding Saturday morning at St. Lukes Lutheran Church' are Mr. and Mrs.

Mark Edward Warren (nee Hulda L. Dunbar), jwU' Parents 6f the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. C. A.

Dunbar, 5041 Gaviota and Mr. and Mrs. Max E. Warren, 4408 Clubhouse Drive. The bride was.

attired in an Edwardian gown of ivory silk organdy over silk satin with white Venise lace puff sleeves, square neckline alnd chapel-length train. Attending her sister as matron of honor was Mrs. Russell G. Christensen, with Anna Benson and Mary Benson as bridesmaids. a The bridegrooms brother, Mak E.

Warren served as best man, while the lOO gueste'were seated by John Milberg and Marc Dolcater. -A champagne luncheon reception at the-home of the brides parents honored the couple. Their first home will be in Westwood, while the bridegroom bis studies at the UCLA School of Dentistry. The bride is a graduate of Jordan High School and attends California State College at Long Beach School of Nursing, where she is affiliated with Alpha Tau Delta. The bridegroom graduated from Lakewood High School and took his pre-dental jtudies atUSCLB; where he affiliated.

with Phi Mu Alpha. -V 1 MRS. M. WARREN Paulin-Price Vows were cxchanged Saturday evening in University Christian- Church- of Culver City by Anelle Gay daughter of Ray Price, 294 Santa Ana and the late Mr. Price, and Don Earle Paulin, son of Mrs.

Richard Paulin, 2051 Beverly Plaza, and the late Mr. Paulin. The bride wore a silk organdy empire gown embroidered at the bodice with Venise lace. Her sister, Mrs, John Posey, was matron' of honor. Pauline Deats, Mann, and Mrs.

Dale Stoner were bridesmaids. David Paulin, brother of the bridegroom, was best Richard -Rankinr another brother, -Roger Ehren, Richard Harris, and Lance Lourtie seated guests. Paulin graduted from Wilson-High SchooLand attended1 California State College at San Jose where she pledged Kappa Alpha Theta. She was presented at the 1964 Long Beach Junior League Debutante Ball. The bridegroom graduated from Wilson High School and r-aiifarnia State College at Long Beach.

He was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. A reception honored tee newlyweds at The Meadows, Fox Hills, in-Culver City. -After a trip to Northern California they will reside in Fox Hills. MRS. DON PAULIN Brandts to live in Bellflower Here's a partial list of the truly excellent buys from our.

regular stock. Only top quality furs worthy of the Hams label; ceremony, in the Parish JlalirThecouple'will reside in Bellflower. I Semi-Annual A trip to Monterey and California State -Carmel oliowed-the Satur- College. at Eullertom day morning nuptials of A reception followed the Rose C. Yansen, dauiter Of Mr.

and Mrs. Charles A. Yansen, 3507 Deerford St, and Michael W. Brandt son of Mr. and Mrs.

Walter W. Brandt of Paramount hi St Pancratius Catholic Church. -The bride was attired in a long A-lfo dress vdth a chapel traln for toe jeere-mony in "St Pancratuis Catholic Gerald Unruh, her sister, was matron of honor, Diana Meyers was bridesmaid. Charles J. Brandt served-as Ids brokers best man andRobert Jones, Gmald Unruh andJames lawyer' seated guests.

Mrs. Brandt was graduated front Lakewood High School and her husband is an ainmiHia of St Anthonys High -School He Is at- Famous Ladies Brands Fashion Shoes 1 Dvad BnnAiil processed Lamb Strollers 49S(N Natural Mink Stoles 450 Natural Mink Jackets 595" Natural Mink Strollers 79509 Tip Dyed Sable Stoles 950 Natural Mink Coats 1295 Natural Mink Boas Natural Blue Fox Shrugs Dyed Squirrel Stoles NaturalMink Capes Dyed Seal Jackets Natural Spotted Cat Jackets 395 fnAch hhdti to dam wg VQH and MORE! phone 427-7447 lenient credit terms with NO CARRYING CHARGE Picnic set The annual ptade meet tag of Queen Beach Chapter of National Secretaries Association (International) wiU be, held at PotatFer-min Park in San Pedro "Reservations should be made- with Mrs. Herman Gartooffner, 740 Paseo del Mar, San Pedimj Btlmont Short S016 E.XndSt. 433-197 Park frrm 1 Directly Behind Stare- Lot Alto Shopping Center MUBMfloteerys 43M06S vV i U. -f t-, 4260 Atlantic Avenoe-cross from the Cres Tl(rter-BIXBY KNOLLS.

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