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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - May 18, 1959, Long Beach, California                               State College Wives Install Mrs. Nichols Mrs. Theodore E. Nichols was elected president of Long Beach State College Faculty Wives and officially installed at the group's meeting lasi week. Mrs. Robert W. Smith, past president, and Mrs. M Dale Arvey, outgoing prcsi dent, conducted the installa tion ceremonies. Others seat ed with Mrs. Nichols were Mmes. John W. Wills, first Frank J. Bo.k, second vice president; Rich- ard H. Perry, ecording secre- tary; Roderick B. Peck, cor- responding secretary and Chester D. Hull, treasurer. MRS. P. VICTOR Peterson was given a lifqtime member- ship Hn the club and present- ed a matched luggage set- iti appreciation of her support of the orgaization. Entertainment, a program entitled, "Fashion Flares with Faculty was given under direction of Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Ned W. Bowler. Mrs.L Thomas G. McFarlane and (Mrs. Robert L. Nicholson assfted with a table display and'music. Social committee in charge included Mmes Robert E. Tyndall, chairman Charles E.'Becker, Roscoe L Buckland, Rene F. Dennemey- er and Robert S. Hage. T'3 ME. Alfred James Mel Gascon SURE, BUT WHAT HAPPENEP 70 JANE? SHE ELOPEP WITH 7HAT FELLOW SHE MET LAST WOW-THAT WAS WKKi SHOULD THROW HERSELF BIIKPIX YOU'RE SO RIGHT SHE SHOULD TAKE CAREFUL DILLY- DOU, I'M VtSnRATE.' I NEED YOU TO PINCH-HIT POR JANE FOR SOME SWIM SUIT PTOTOS.' Did You Know? MOLLY MAYFIELD Joint Seating Rite Friday' Joint Installation cere- monies for Gen. Henry W. Lawton Camp 10 and Aux- iliary 20, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, will take place at p.m. Friday in Veterans Bldg. Elmer Wohlgemuth will be installed as commander of the camp, and Dr. Mabe! Conger will head the aux- iliary. The auxiliary sewing club will sponsor a noon lunch- eon and card party Thurs- day, in Mottell's and Peek Garden Room. To.View Film Evening Division, Lonj Beach Council of Republican Women, will meet at p.m.'Thursday at 3350 Olivi Ave. to view colored slide taken by the J. L. O'Donnell on their recent tour of Britisl East1 Africa. Turn a Deaf Ear, Dear! DEAR MOLLY: I have just found out the most shocking thing about a riend of mine. We belong to the same >ridge club, and the other day jefore she got there some of he girls were talking, and one of them casually men- ioned that Ellen had been carrying on a terrific flirta- ion with So arid So's hus- >and. At first I couldn't believe it because Ellen is one of the shyest, sweetest, most lady-like people I have ever known. I naturally asked if So-and- So knew about it, and the ;irls just laughed and said, of course she did, but didn't give a hoot as she herself was 'carrying on" with Ellen's ins band. Now this sort of thing just makes me sick. 1 feel I should DO SOMETHING Talk to Ellen? Talk to So- and-So? Talk to the husband? Why should one sit by anc watch sin simmer? LOOKER ON DEAR LOOKER ON: Face it, my dear, you don'l know that a bit of this is if it is, it isn't one bit your business. Haven't you, by the time you've' reached the bridge- club age, learned that girls will be girls, and that means to gossip about other Hasn't it occurred to you that gossip is not always re lated to truth? Haven't you come to know that the merest error on someone's par might add up, by time the girls hashed it over, to a lot more than a mere error? The point is to turn a dea ear, my dear, M. M. good job, fairly attractive, )ts of friends, would have othing to worry about. But I do. My problem is ly father. He simply won't ecognize the fact that I'm a young lady. I date Dts of different fellows (I ke it that and this eems to worry Dad to death. can't convince him that lere is safety in numbers. He is always telling me that I'm going to get my- self talked about. I swear, Molly, 1 live as close to my rearing as I can, with a few minor changes to suit my the times. Recently I went to a nearby rmy post with two young married couples to visit a DEAR MRS. MAYFIELD: Anyone would think that a single girl of nearly 24 with EVERYONE VISITS the PALM SPRINGS New Spring Rales PLUS: The Special Billmore Plan PAY FOR 5 DAYS STAY FOR 7 DAYS OPEN YEAR AIR CONDITIONING DINING, DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC OF BOBBY RAMOS AND ORCHESTRA Writ! HLM SPRINGS BIITMORE, DEFT, P, PALM SPRINGS, CUIF, or call FAIrview 4-1221 free! INTRODUCTORY OFFER BY A 19 "Purse Size" bottle of lady Esther Hand Body Lotion FREE with the 4 oz. regular 691 bottle. 'NOW YOU NEED ONLY ONE LOTION TO CORRECT AND PROTECT' This delicately scented lotion soothes, chapped hands and rough dry arms and legs. A little goes t long way... pennies a day. Send for FREE beauty booklet.. Lady Esther, West 65th St., Dept. 1, Chicago 38, HU friend of mine, and Dad al- most had a fit. See what 1 mean? What can I do? M. H. P. S.: If it hadn't been for my darling mother and sister (she's I'd have given up ong ago. DEAR M. H.: Perhaps a single girl of 24, with a good job and lots ol friends, might be better ofi sharing an apartment with some other young lady. You could live in the same town with your folks and see them frequently. .You're quite right that you definitely are an adult now and should enjoy the freedom you've earned by growing up respectably. M. M. WHY GROW OLD? Many Brides Can'f Cook, Know Liffle of Nufrition By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Maybe good cooks are just, jorn that way, but it does seem absurd that the art of cooking is not considered an essential part of the training of a prospective bride. Many wpmen enter marriage without knowing the first hing about the culinary art. It is true that anybody with normal intelligence can fol- ow a good cookbook and do 'airly well, and that a really wonderful natural cook can- not tell you how she does JUT, there are all sorts of techniques and little tricks which would be such a help to the new wife. OF EVEN more concern is tie fact that many brides lav'en't the slightest idea of vhat a well-balanced diet con- sists. They do not know what bods are essential to best health and yet the health of heir husbands, and later on heir children, is. in their lands. Any man who is poorly mrished is apt to be hard to live with. His energy will be at low ebb and he will be more susceptible to many phy- iical ailments. Meals which provide the -elements neces sary for health, which are served attractively and in a pleasant atmosphere, go a long way toward building a successful marriage. IT IS particularly sad that so many young wives do not study nutrition because so much more is known about it today than in the past; ant more is being learned every day. If the young couple would put into effect what i known, they might have a chance to sidestep some o the diseases which kill from middle age on. They certainly iave the opportunity to re main youthful for much long er than their parents' genera on. If your husband has labits in the selection of fooc try to change his tastes grad ually. Perhaps you can ad one of the health-buildin terns every once in a whil rather than asking him t change his food habits abrupi Coeli Council Sets Potluck Newly initiated members of Regina Coeli Council, Ladies of Columbus, will be honored at a potluck dinner at p.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Al Dal- Tanglewood St. Mrs. Bart Rallo, recently elected grand lady, says that dancing in the patio will follow supper. New members being honored are Mmes. H a r 1 a n Azpetia James K a r c h e r, Donalc Murphy, Raoul Silva, Ben T o v a r e s. Husbands am friends are welcome. Install Tuesday Parents Club of St. thony's Grammar School w install officers at p.m Tuesday in the church. Fo lowing the.business meetin at Catholic Center, there w: be dancing. Mrs. Theodo Stfasburger is new presiden Kennyettes Plan Party Concluding its current series of benefits, Kenny- ettes will entertain with "luncheon is served" canasta and bridge party ?riday noon in Londen Hall to which members and ;uests are invited. Proceeds will go to the Cerebral Palsy Foundation. Mrs. Charles Roller will assist Mrs. Chriss Fitz- patrick who is serving as general chairman, Mrs. Walter D. Brown, president, will greet guests aided by Mmes. Frank Ellsworth, E. H. Bennett, Gertrude Winslow, Lester Cooper, R. C. Fussell, Sue Wood and Wayne R. Good. Reservations may be made with any committee member. Library Unit Picks Chiefs Alamitos Library Assn. has elected Mrs. Winnifred Helliwell its new president to succeed Mrs. Arthur Phillips. The installation was the highlight of a re- cent meeting in the club rooms. Others who will serve with Mrs. Helliwell are Mmes. Fred Raney, vice president; Harold Matthews, secretary; Alex E. J. Han- sen, treasurer; Carroll Thorn, auditor; John Nunes, parliamentarian, and Lillian Cook Colbert, historian. Miss Alice Sullivan, Ala- mitos Branch librarian, was a luncheon guest and after- noon speaker. She displayed and described the contents of several books on the art childhood reading. t A PRELIMINARY discus- sion of plans for the annual Tichenor Clinic benefit par- ty scheduled for June 19 also was introduced. A profusion of roses decorated the room and luncheon tables. Mrs. Raney served as luncheon chair- man assisted by Mmes. John Vance, George Dulin and Nellie Humbert. Final Luncheon Apparel for sun filled days on the C a 1 i f o r n i a coastline or an island vaca- tion will be shown in a review of summer style when GOP Juniors gather for luncheon Wednesday noon in Petroleum Club to conclude activities until fall. MILDRED K. FLANARY I, P-T Food Edllor DID YOU KNOW that spring days usually mean housecleaning days? Every thing in the house seems to ook dingy and dirty and so the grand washing ordeal be- ;ins. But with today's amaz ng fabrics and finishes .al- most all hosehold furnishings can be washed easily; anc what's more, it doesn't have lo be an ordeal because very ittle, if any, ironing has to be done. Let's start in the bedroom with those Dacron of Fiber glas curtains. Both kinds arc washable and no ironing i necessary. Give the Dacron curtains a two to three min ute swashing in your washe with Sun or White King "D1 Don't run them through wringer or twist them bu they can take a short spin i they are to be tumble dried i an automatic dryer. The may be drip dried too, if the> are taken out of the rinse wa ter dripping wet. Don' stretch them, just touch u ruffles and hems with steam iron if necessary. THE F1BERGLAS curtain must be hand washed as the are fragile and too much me tion can damage them. Soa them (if white) in hot wa ter, (if colored) in warm wa ter with Water Softener Con ditioner and "D" or S u Swish them up and down bit, then rinse in warm wat< with the conditioner a g a i and then another rinse clear water. No wringin spinning or twisting shou be done. Just lift them ou of the water. Let them dr a few minutes and they ai ready to go back on the win dows. Any curtains that heavi soiled should be soaked in solution of warm water an water softener condition or a short while befor vashing. This helps remov soil and discoloration. U alf brightens and whitens t h curtains. USWV Auxiliary United Spanish War Vete ans, Long Beach Auxiliary 7 will have a potluck dinner Veterans Memorial Bid Wednesday noon in honor the department president wl will make her official visit that time. Violet Poling w conduct the 1 p.m. busine meeting. 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