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Eagle Rock Pastor's daughter weds at Presbyterian Church [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Eagle Rock Pastor's daughter weds at Presbyterian Church Lovely Carole Jeanne Megahey, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Mega* hey of 5229 Lunsford Rd., Eagle Rock became the bride of Lawrence E. Spencer on the evening of March 14 at Eagle Rock Presbyterian Church where her father serves as Pastor. Officiating at the altar was the Rev. Stanley George. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was gowned in ivory satin with appliques of lace and a full chapel train. Her pearl crown held her long illusion veil and ivory roses comprised her bouquet. Attending her as maid of honor was Miss Ruth Anne Megahey, her sister. Completing the bridal entourage were Judy Arndt, Martha Knight. Patti Pingel and Penny Wendel. They were gowned alike in midnight blue embroidered satin and carried bouquets of pink roses. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Spencer of 5217 Dahlia Dr. selected his brother, Herbert Spencer Jr. as best man. Seating the guests were Joseph Alexander, Gary Dudder, E...
Parents get a chance to Air' their views [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Parents get a chance to Air' their views By Cecelia Rigby “It’s live, it’s vital, and it’s on radio, FM, that is,” states Mrs. Everett Wolcott, Eagle Rock, as she calls attention to this Saturday’s program aired at 2 p.m. over KHOF-FM, 99.6 on the dial. Best of all, parents may call the panel for answers to questions. This program augments the "Face the Facts” series concerning juvenile protection just concluded at Rockdale Elementary School-which was sponsored by Highlands and Griffith Councils. On Saturday, April 18, the panel will answer questions on the wide range of subjects covered during the series, among them: laws for youth, parental liability, influences of magazines, movies, TV and ads, teen-age morals, venereal disease, drinking, narcotips, vandalism, drop-outs, parental and community responsibility and the resources available to help parents. The panel will include Mrs. Marion G. Marshall, a parent education teacher in the Division of College and Adult education, Loa An...
J. Edgar Hoover books reviewed by DAR group [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
J. Edgar Hoover books reviewed by DAR group San Rafael Hills Chapter, D.A.R. will meet at noon on April 20 at Senior Citizens' Building, Yosemite Playground, 1840 Yosemite Dr., for a discussion of “National Defense." Speaker will be Mrs. Harold Snow, reviewing the J. Edgar Hoover books, “Masters of Deceit" and “A Study of Communism.” Vivian Snow was formerly on the. staff of Lo* Angeles City Public Library (1928), where she reviewed books for the library. She is a graduate of Los Angeles Public library Training School, 1926. This school was later affiliated with the University of Southern California. Mrs. Snow is a long time resident of Eagle Rock, former president of San Rafael Elementary School Pa-rent-Teachers Association. J. Edgar Hoover has headed the Federal Bureau of Investigation since 1924. The books are bis directive to the American people on how we, as citizens, can act to combat communism. The. FBI was created by Charles J. Bonaparte, Attorney General, OS. in 1906- The B...
Kifchen band enterfains af Greek Theatre [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Kifchen band enterfains af Greek Theatre Members of Highland Park Senior Citizens' kitchen band will entertain at the Senior Citizens talent show at 1 p.m. on April 29 at the Greek Theatre. The group meets every Monday at Highland Park Playground, 6150 Piedmont Ave., where bridge lessons are offered, entertainment provided and dancing to live music is featured during the afternoon. Among the many trips and tours on the agenda for the near future are excursions to Yellowstone, the Lilac Show, a city tour, featuring St Sofia’s Cathedral the Mother Lode country Ice Capades and return tripe to San Tnndaco and Laa Vegas.
Candlelight nuptials for Sue Manzer, David Jones [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Candlelight nuptials for Sue Manzer, David Jones The sanctuary of the High* land Park Presbyterian Church was the setting for the candlelight wedding ’'of Sue Marie Manzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonson H. Manzer of Highland Park, and David Robert Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Jones of Azusa. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Alden Lee Hill, who had officiated at the wedding of the groom's parents 32 years ago. Rev. Hill has solemnized the vows of seven members of the Jones family. Given by her father, the bride was beautlful in a traditional gown of white peau de sole, appliqued and* inset with Chantilly lace, which was designed and created for her by her mother. In the bridal bouquet a large white orchid nestled among cascading cyprepedlum orchids and stepha- notis. Attending the bride a* matron of honor was Mr*. Sandra Brath, wearing emerald green (Ilk organza over peau de sole and carrying white Dutch irla and stephanotis. The bridesmaids in identical gowna...
Comedy skit offered by Fridays [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Comedy skit offered by Fridays Mrs. Robert Ludolph, drama chairman of the El Sereno Friday Morning Club promises 3 comedy skit, featuring members of the club and directed by the taldhted Mr*. H. B. McCullough to be one of the best programs presented all year. The regular meeting of the El Sereno Friday Morning Club will be April 17 10 am in the El Sereno Recreation Center, Mrs. Robert E. Mater, president presiding. Luncheon hostesses for the day are Mrs. Louis Conzevoy, Mrs. K. Gordon and Mrs. Walter Brauer. April 21, 22 and 23 many members of the club will be attending the San Gabriel Valley district convention in Pasadena.
SCIENCE FRONTIER Astronaut school is Texas gusher [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
SCIENCE FRONTIER Astronaut school is Texas gusher BY MOHABD LEWIS HOUSTON—Twenty miles southeast of this port city, now bursting out «H over with springtime and the bright promise of new industry. See astronaut land —ifae Manned Spacecraft Center of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Planar, rectangular buildings of precast concrete are rising from the coastal plain near the community of Clear Lake, about midway between here and Galveston. From this center, maimed flights to the moon win be controlled. One of the most curious structures going up on the 1,600-acre site Is a circular skeleton of red steel girders. When it Is (ledied out? It will have the appearance and dimensions at a large gas storage tank. Here the flight to the moon will be simulated in the three-man Apollo spacecraft under as nearly complete vacuum conditions as engineers can contrive. The size of the building suggests the size of the Apollo spaceship itself. It will stand 68 feet tall, with the Lu...
CUPIDS MEMO [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
CUPIDS MEMO Marriage licenses were issued to the following as of April 2: Mo NEILL - Me KENEIK Dean A., 22, 4152 Vcrdugo Rd., and Patricia A., 20, Glendale. ALLMAN-MEYER Douglas D., 22, Redlands, and Susan, 20, 820 Magnolia St, South Pasadena. McREE-KANEKO— Roy L, 39, 2136 Oak St, and Kow D, 40, 1420 Oak St, both South Pasadena. KITCHEN - EDWARDS Richard C, 23, 1627 Monterey Rd, South Pasadena, and Tamcra R, 22, Arcadia. , SMITH'S WECKER John E, 22, 422 Chestnue Ave., and Linda M, 19, 2701 Knmt Ave. OORLEW-BUBTAMANTE Robert, 18, 214014 Vallejo St, and Sandra M, 16, 2108 Griffin Ave. PIENKOSKI - HOLLER Paul,'2l, Van Nays, and Carolyn R, 20, 5344 Highland View Ave. FERN ANDEZ-OOLE Alfred H, 32, Glendale, and Sarah L, 24, 3140H Drew. ANDREWS - GUTS ON Rodney D, 21, 5019 Loleta, and Patricia K„ 17, 5022 Loleta Ave. , GREENWOOD - DAVIS Richard J, 48. 1815V4 E. Chevy Chase, Glendale, and Mary Ellen, 22, 4444 Sunnycrest Dr. OTTO - HARDEN BE ROH Tom U, 22, Pasadena, and Carolyn B, 21 720 Ga...
How Can I ? [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
How Can I ? By ANNE ASHLEY Q. How can I remove stains ‘ from mattresses? « A. Theaa stains can often be removed by placing the mattresses In the atm and ' covering with » thick pasta ’ of starch and cold water. Allow the mixture to remain an hoar or so, then scrape off, snd repeat the process if necessary. This la more effective If done while the stain is still fresh. Jfc*’ , 1 Q. How can I restore a dented aluminum pan or kettle? A, By using a hammer that has been fitted with a robber cane or crutch tip. Use modeling clay as an anvil on which to rest the pan. / Q. What is an easy way to oil a lock? A. The easiest way la to dip your key Into oil. Insert It In the lock, and work it back and forth several times —and your lock is oiled. Q. How can I remove heat ring stains from the top surface of a table? A. A paste .of salt snd olive oil, applied -to these rings with a brush, will help. Let this stand on for about an hour before removing. Or, let a thick coat of petroleum Jelly stand ...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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Stop Killing Yourself If he snores, at least you know he's home [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Stop Killing Yourself If he snores, at least you know he's home *»y PITER J. STEINCROHN DADDY’S SNORING MAT BE BLESSING I receive many letters from readers who are plagued by in■omnla because of snoring. They have tried everything suggested without avail. A few have even taken the ultimate step for cure: divorce. Such • one remarried, and you guessed it; her new husband also snores, but in a different hey. Therefore, It la refreshing to reprint this letter which offers a palliative remedy for those who suffer: Dear Dr, Steincrohu: My husband snores rather loudly and always has. When we first married I decided there must be some way that wouldn't disturb my sleep. Then one night the simple solution came to me! I didn’t even have to look! Now It doesn't bother me a bit When our little girl complained that she couldn’t sleep because "Daddy snored," I passed on to her my philosophy. "Daddy is right there all night ready to help or take care of you on instant notice. When he is snoring y...
Home Wading Gake for One Very Important Bride [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Home Wading Gake for One Very Important Bride The cake Is the spotlight at' weddings; from elaborate for- 1 mal dinners to simple afternoon receptions at home, , whera it shares center stage : with the punch. It deserves its Importance more when it’s a home-made wedding cake; beautiful, delicious and eipacially created for one very Important bride. It’s a dramatic moment when the bride and groom cut the cake for Its symbolism la the promise of plenty and fertility. This is the first food ■hared, a significant portent of a lifetime of sharing ahead. The top tier of the cake Is traditionally dark. This la the cake that the bride stores away to enjoy as she celebrate* anniversaries through the years. Hi# center tiers of this cake are a refreshing, rich orange pound and the base tier is dark like the top. To bake It, you will need two 8-inch layer pans, two 10Inch and two 12-lnch and two 14-lnch pen* for the fruit cake plua 12-os. can, 4-lnches In diameter for the top tier. x For best r...