Independent from Long Beach, California on November 14, 1948 · Page 19
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 19

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, November 14, 1948
Page 19
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Lovely Bride Wedding I. Announcement ·Mrs. Cora ErMorrjsph of 4207 Pine avenue, -announces the marriage of her daughter, Kath-.- ryn Maxine, to Benjamin" Franklin SmaUey, 1803 East Ocean 'boulevard, son of Mr. arid Mrs. David D. SmaUey of Houston, Texas. .'·' .".-: ··' " The couple were married at a double-ring ceremony, October 16 at. 11 a. m. with Rev. W. R. Hall'officiating in the chapel .of the Lakewood Village Community church. .Members of the. immediate families of the couple witnessed the ceremony. ; Upwi returning from a trip to Sequoia and Yosemite National parks, the couple will-"live' at 2104 Florida, avenue. · . ' · · · Merriettes Sing The Mefriettes, a .'Sextet of Long'Beach singers directed by Arrie Zaihl, will present a varied program of sacred and'secular 1 songs Tuesday for the -Woman's club of San Pedro. Eva Beu will be accompanist. Luncheon at Lakewood. CC Lakewood Country club was the setting for:a recent luncheon meeting of the" Junior Philharmonic group over which Mrs. W. L. Carney presided. The tables were colorfully decorated with .^fall flowers. New. members attending were Mmes. C. Ellsworh Brown, Robert Bratt, Robert .Leininger; J. L. Peterson, BA. Driscoll, Russel Barkley, Earl Beauchamp, Lee Caldwell, W. E. Osborne, R. A. Ogilby, Fred Lee, Walter Holland, Victor Blurton, Harry Leasure, 'Richard Dodrill, Lynn - Maull, and Clyde Dunlap. . Vernon Overmeyer, ·· Jordan high school student, entertained with two piano, selections. Four- teen-year-olij Erin O'Brien, winner of an-award'in the recent Long Beach Philharmonic orchestra finals, .sang.three numbers accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Shelby Barnard. : ·' ' · fl o I ZETA TAU ALPHA--Alumnae met recently at the home of Mrs. Lee N. Bentzen, 4607 Blackthorne avenue, with Mmes. D. S. Kingsbury and Joseph Manning, as assistant hostesses! Mrs. Clarence C. GilliS; president, conducted the business .meeting. Mrs. A. C. Orr-read .a letter of appreciation from, the Tichenbr orthopedic clinic · to ~ which /the Zetas had presented a check: The. letter stated that^ special supplies and exercise equipment for seven children had been purchased with the donation. · Mrs. Lee N. Bentzen gave a report' on a recent meeting of the Southern California federation of .Zeta Tau Alpha to.which she has been elected, vice-chairman. . *. * ;· * · , · : · · ' · · BETA SIGMA PHI -- Gamma Rho chapter met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, 2404 East .Fourth street. Mrs. V. H.JTGregson- reported on «« "Preferential Tea" held Sunday at the 'home of the president, on Yeo . . : · -.«- IVlrS. Mrs. Sophie Rubin' was installed president' of Temple Sinai junior auxiliary at a · re-., . cent membership'tea.; Inducted with Mrs. Rubin were the fol- ^ lowing: Mmes. YetW" Grano 1 vitz. vice-president; -Rose Baskin, recording secretary; Fran- · ces Richman, corresponding seCr retary, and Helene Rossman, treasurer. Entertainment was furnished ' by Nick Thomas; hair stylist. The auxiliary' is open 'for new 'members and- those interested are asked to get in touch with the membership, chairman, Mrs. Mildred Levin. : Mrs. -NeaJTBrnce.Anderson (Portrait by Lansdoywc) N. B. Anderson Takes Bride .Neal Bruce Anderson, son of Mr and Mrs Neal Harvey Anderson, 3919 Livingston- drive, choie as his bride Jacqueline Jane White, daughter of Mrs. Floyd Garrison White of Beverly ' Hills arid the late Mr. White. .'The ceremony was performed Friday at 8:30 p..m,,in St. Albans : Episcopal church, Westwood, with Dr. John A. Bryant officiating. A reception at- Los Angeles Country club followed': · the-ceremony after which ^ the- firidarpair leftfor a'honeymoon trip" to'-"an·': undisclosed destina-. tioh:;.They will make:their home iii Westwopd; , . .''The bride was attended by her sister^Mrs.: John" W. Findlater, matron of .honor. Other bridal -·attendants were Mrs. Frank Birbeck, sister of the .bridegroom; and Mrs. Marvin Moffie,'Polly Hanson, Marilyn' :Gross~ and Laura Ann Price. 'John C. Elliot .was best man. Attending to the , duties of usher were: Frank Birbeck, Stuart Ferguson. Robert Braly, George P. Kading .and Herbert. Iveyv John ; W. Findlater jr. was ring bearer. . . : ' , : : Young Mrs. Anderson is the founder-president of the Tick- tockers of the Charity league. ~ She is -a member of Charity league and- the Silver Spoons and is affiliated with .Alpha Phi. She attended Beverly Hills high school and UCLA. Her husband is a graduate of Stanford university in engineering and is affiliated with Sigma Alpha Epsilon. He.-belongs to the .California club and" the Pacific Coast club of Long Beach. · The bride's wedding gown was of ivory satin made with f. long, . full court train. She carried a cascade of white roses and bou- vardia with a removable orchid corsage. Her fingbrtip'length vail was of illusion net. Mrs. Findlater wore blue taffeta and the other bridal attendants wore identical gowns of rose taffeta. To Compete Chosen recently by a Jordan high school faculty committee to represent Jordan in the high school competition for the annual "Good Citizenship Pilgrimage" of the Daughters of the American Revolution was. Roberta Evans. Los Cerritos chapter of the DAR sponsored, Roberta who was selected on 'the basis of dependability, service to the school, leadership, friendship and patriotism. Store Hours: 9:30 »o £:30. No evening hours. · the sweater that's topping the hit parade PREMIER EiF 25% rabbit-hair --75% imported wool They're soft and fluffy as a baby rabbit--buttirmly knit on fine-gauge .needles-- in glowing, delectable colors: camellia, pink, blue, .. white lilac, maize and emerald. Sizes 34 to 40. , SUN-CHARM SFOKTSWEA*, SECOND F100R BUFFUMS' Pint at Broadway Long Beach 2, California Please send me the following Premier Fluff sweater*: Charge my account Remittance enclosed . -- . _ C.O.r. Quantity! Styla 1 Size | Color | Pr.ce {Short ileeve slipon I Long ileeve cardigan \ . Namr ' I I 1 »4.95 1 1 .1 V-95 Plus 2'/ 2 % sales tax Total 1 -- "TotaT" Street- City-- Jzonc- -State...

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