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Independent Long Beach Newspaper Archives Jun 22 1952, Page 53

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Independent Long Beach (Newspaper) - June 22, 1952, Long Beach, CaliforniaFoge 2-1 the Independent i v Curt Arthur Reynolds Fos Wboro studio mrs. Leon Victor Case mrs. Harry Vetter afternoon Bridge is continuing their pleasant Cus Tum of meeting for luncheon and an afternoon of cards a group of Bridge enthusiasts enjoyed their favorite game tuesday afternoon at the Pacific coast club. Forming tables were Mes. Lewis Reese Ray Copeland Richard Bixby James Dawe Tell Tuffli Gilbert Brown Foster Bragg Alfred Carrey sol Dee ble Bill Dummit w. Ormond Merritt Charles s. Oliver mar Garet Clinton Ernert sink Charles b. Bartell Walter Gil key Eugene Jones Alfred Gaggs Carl Brooks de Losch Howard Bigony Merrill Plimpton Thomas White Sam Ashbrook Stanley Atwood w. B. Mccolm n o r r i s Mckinney Howard Mann Lawrence Copeland p. A. Tenkhoff Harold Appleton Wil Liam Mead Bill Berwick Ted Corcoran and Russel White it it it new Board to take office completing plans for installation of new officers to be in ducted at a luncheon meeting at Allen Center july 1, Are Mem Bers of officers wives club. The outgoing Board will turn the meeting Ever to the following members of the new Board Mes. E. E. Sprung president to c. Linthicum. First vice presi Dent George Grissman Sec Ond vice president c. B. Terry recording Secretary j. H. Jacobson corresponding Secretary t. L. Brooks treasurer. Heading committees for the coming year will be Mes. Harry Baulch assistant treasurer c. M. Tooke hospitality j. L. Thompson House commit tee w. G. Nicol program chair Man Homer Dahlke publicity w. W. Feineman membership George w. Davis and George weeks Telephone. Reservations for the luncheon which will be followed by Bridge and Canasta May be made with mrs. G. W. Davis 3800 Rose ave., or mrs. R. M. Whelpley 2230 Maine ave., by june 30. Families linked in three weddings with pretty brides in spotlight Tom mtr Naqi Wii Oatts immediate repair television washers refrigerators radios and All Small appliances prompt courteous. Reliable service by factory trained men Alexander electric z9s9 e. Anaheim pm. 90-7468 ii to iwo it Mem Beano us Lundner All saints episcopal Church was the setting on june 15 at . For the wedding of Lois Marilyn Lindner and Theo Arthur Reynolds with Rev. Harry Leigh Pink performing the ceremony. The demure Young Bride who was prominent in polytechnic High school activities and who was graduated in 1951, is the daughter of mrs. Kelsey h. Lindner 3446 Orange ave. And was Given in marriage by her Grandfather Alfred g. Hilliard. Her husband is the son of mrs. Dorothea Reynolds 2815 e. Fifth st., and Theo a. Reynolds 284 Orizaba ave. The bridal gown was styled with a Chantilly lace bodice and a Cloud of Nylon net in two tiers Over Satin and extended into a wide Cathedral train. Her lace Tiara was edged with sequins and seed pearls As was the neck line of the gown. Her veil was of illusion net. She carried a Cascade of White roses and the Panotis. The Bride s attendants were Peggy Porter mail who was in soft yellow and Carol Reynolds sister of the bridegroom and Pat Hilliard Cousin of the Bride were in Pas Tel Green. Their gowns had lace bodices and boleros and net skirts Over taffeta. Fresh accent notes were provided by their halos of White daisies and the baskets of daisies they car ried. Leslie Allen Thompson served As Best Man and Ushers were Edward Acosta and Stephen Richardson with Mark Alfred Hilliard bearing the ring on a Pillow of daisies. The couple greeted their friends at a Church reception following the vow Exchange and assisting hostesses were Mes. Elizabeth j. Hilliard Nan Hill Dorothy Rogers Catherine Mcbeath and Mabel Robertson. Virginia Tracy presided at the guest Book. Now on a Honey Moon at Arrowhead and big Bear the newlyweds will reside at 1774 Gaviota ave., Apt. 6, on their return june 25. At polytechnic High school the former miss Lindner was president of Alpha Delta Chi and a member of the girls chorus. Her husband is an alumnus of Wilson High school and is serving with the u. S. Navy aboard the uss Erben. Case Clare making their Home in Bell Flower after june 23 will be or. And mrs. Leon Victor Case Dorothy Jean Clare whose wedding was solemnized on june 14 at p. M. In California Heights Community methodist Church. The Bride daughter of or. And mrs. James a. Clare 6759 California ave., repeated her vows with the son of or. Mrs. V. F. Case 203 Prospect ave., with Rev. James h. Hughes Reading the lines. Lovely in a gown of Nylon tulle with a Chantilly lace Over skirt designed and made by her Mother the Bride wore a Tiara of Pearl Orange blossoms which held in place her illusion veil. Her bouquet was of Stepha Notis entered with a White Orchid. Her retinue formed an effective picture wearing tones of Lavender and purple accented by the Pink tulle gown worn by Sandra Lee Clare Niece of the Bride. The Bride s sister. Mrs. H. D. Eslinger was her Matron of Honor and was in Lavender Nylon tulle while miss Barbara Cope and mrs. Doyle Hathaway were in purple. They All carried cres cent bouquets of Lavender Gladi Oli and baby Vanda orchids. Rest Man was John Houghton while Bill Koss and Dick Wise Man were Ushers. A Parish Hall reception Fol Lowed the rites with hostesses being Mes. William Hall George Clare aunt of the Bride Glenn Eastwood Howard met calf and Kenny Sisemore latter at the guest Book. The Bride was graduated from Jordan High school and the Groom from Wilson and she was a student at City College which her husband is now attending. She was affiliated with Omega Tau sorority and he is a Mem Ber of Tilmen. He served in Korea with the army for two years. Vetted Crant another attractive Bride who chose All saints episcopal Church for her wedding was miss Julie Grant daughter of or. And mrs. Wilbur Grant. She sealed her vows with Harry vet Ter in a recent evening Cere Mony with Rev. Harry Leigh Pink at the altar. Given in marriage by her sex presidents reunite for gala luncheon recollections of their first experiences As presiding officers of various groups proved a High Point in the recent luncheon meeting of the 1950 president s club which convened at Welch s. Each guest was presented an old fashioned nosegay made by the president mrs. Chattie m. Griffith. Plans were made for a Jan uary gathering and gift Exchange with mrs. Helen Serex and Mattie Paine in charge. Attending the luncheon were Mes. O. S. Lindenberger Don Mcclellan George h. Christen. Wilma Burgess Jane Walters Billy Kimrey George Geiger Pear Welch Cornelia Pollard Margie Cate Mary Amundson Hazel Gray Kenneth Mccafferty Audrey Holt Gladys o Donnell Betty Grobaty Rich Ard Pierce Clara Fay Frederick h. Mitchell and Serex and miss Paine. It it jewish Council Lakewood Branch of Council of jewish women will be entertained tuesday july 1, by Audrey share at Lakewood Village Community Church. Mrs. Phillip Raykoff is Branch chairman. Father the Young Bride was charming in a gown of while Nylon net and Satin trimmed with pearls and lace. Her fingertip length veil fell from a Juliet Cap trimmed with pearls. She carried White orchids and lilies of the Valley with White Satin streamers. Attending the Bride As maid of Honor was Joan Dey of Ridgecrest who was in butter yellow taffeta and net and car ried Talisman roses. Attendants mrs. Carol Moses misses Janice Stearns and Darlene Mangum were in ice Green net Over Taf feta and carried yellow roses. Karen Sivard of Torrance was Flower girl in White taffeta and net and carried a White Basket with yellow streamers. Or. Vetter the son of or. And mrs. Edward Vetter of Harbor City was attended by Bud Timms with Ushers being How Ard Shirley of Wilmington Al Billings and Jack Mckinney of Harbor City. Hostesses at the reception Fol lowing were mrs. Betty Frazier misses Jackie Tipton and Elaine Goldman. The couple Are now Honey mooning on the coast of South Ern California and upon their return will reside Here. Mrs. Wallace complimented at Stork Shower a Large baby Bootie of crepe paper held Spring Flowers and was circled by gifts for mrs. Donald c. Wallace jr., when her sister in Law mrs. William h. Wallace gave a Shower Day in the Home of her Mother mrs. Harold Beckley 4323 Cali fornia ave. Before luncheon indoors guests were treated to punch in the Garden at outdoor tables. Garlands of Pink Blue and White daisies twined about the poles lending a particularly fes Tive air to the occasion. Buggies and three cornered pants formed nut cups at the luncheon table. Bridge followed for Mes. Carter Boswell Joe Mclaughlin diet Moore Wil Liam Shirey Charles d. Wailes jr., Allan Stockstill George Taubman John Sadler James Kresl a. J. Field Francis Hertzog Edward Mckenzie Samuel peek and Howard Cole. Also Mes. Kenneth Walker Charles Walker jr., Rod Sher Wood William Mcmullen and miss Betty Cree. 345 e. Ocean fashion show. Monday evening . Models from Barbara Blakely school of modelling Charm St ire hours daily 10 . To . Mon. 10 . To . Fri. 12 noon to . Free parking in rear of store Entrance at 25 Elm

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