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Pretty hats crazy hats! [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Pretty hats crazy hats! The latest in millinery fashion will be shown by the Salvation Army at 2440 N. Daly St at 7 pjn. Tuesday, May 26. In addition, a hat creation “binge" will be presented with ladles competing for prizes ‘"sSSttuSSa* vegetables, fruits or what Have you. Prizes will be given for the most “creative." The latest in fashionable chapeaux will be on sate, all at 53.96. The public la invited. There
Teen show coming to ER High [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Teen show coming to ER High Eagle Rock High School FTA will hold its annual teen faflilon show, "In Creative Homemaking” in room 149 at 2 p.m. on Tuesday. May 26. Commentator will be Mrs. Silva Belcher of the Eagle Rock homemaking department. She will be wearing a brown silk suit that she has made herself. Along with Mrs. Belcher another Eagle Rock teacher, Mrs. Rita Chavez and her daughter will model nlother and daughter pastel flowered fitted shifts. Hie students who will model are: Susan Cable, Beverly Schutti. Sandra Watson, Bon* nle McGHllvory, Sandra Gray, Carolyn Christensen, Kathy Vpn Riesen, Judy Walker, wearing sportswear. Showing daytime dresses and suits will be Chris Coonley, Louise Boise, Dina Hoyland, Sandy Clark, Cynthia Sweazey. Jackie Warne, Christine Depezynski, Mary Avila, Susie Balich, Judy Walker, Karen Bond, Yvonne Finley, Carolyn Christensen, Pam Davison, Debby Don-ell, Merideth Fisher, Robin Luckett, Malyn Cox. Sharon Weatherhead, Billie Zappy, Diedra Forest...
They remember mama a f party [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
They remember mama a f party Mrs. Ruby Porter, 2343 Hancock St, long-time resident of Lincoln Height*, was fated Sunday with a- ‘‘surprise’’ birthday party at tha El Monte home of her oldest son. Jade Porter in honor of her seventieth birthday. In on the “surprise" and coming from as far away as North rldga and Lancaster, were Mrs. Porter’s two sons :*nd two daughters, a* wall as . all of her nine grandchildren. ' Blgiißghi of the happy, noisy outdoor supper party was a tape-recorded “I Remember Mama’’ program presented to her by all of her offspring.
Last nmting for HP church wo m«n [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Last nmting for HP church wo m«n The Woman's Mission Society of the Highland Parte Baptist Church. 8817 Monte Vista St* will have its last luncheon meeting unto September, Friday in the Social Hall at the church. The Ester Circle wii) ha the hostess: Mrs. Edna Morgan is chairman. Donation is 50 dents and child ear* win •Sate i De proviaea. The business session will ’ convene at 10 with president, Mrs. Burke E. BodweU, presiding. Mrs. Hattie Holland. Chainman of Missionary and Stewardship Education and Reading, win present the program at U am..
Fashion show benefits T building program [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Fashion show benefits T building program mmm4l NEIQA THOMPSON, SOdiTY MIW-a. 44111 ■ ' /' ' ' K The ladies are giving a big assist to plans for the new Highland Park “Y” building, and foremost in the program is the big fashion show set for 7:30 pm. on Friday, June 5 at Highland Park Methodist Church where I vers Department Store will present the array of summertime lovelies. ' “ Serving a* models win be 12 girls who are members of the junior and senior high Y” clubs. Miss Carol Matheson will present vocal solos and Chris Fester of the Bobettes Tri HI Y Club will preside at the pi* ano. In addition to tha I vers garments, girls will also show fashions which they have ere* a ted themselves. Their cos* tumes are their own work no adult help. . Junior and senior high divisions will receive prizes of gift certificates. Serving as Judges will be Miss Linda Femandel, High* land Park Queen; Mias Betty Gould of I vers; Mrs. Claudine Mysel and Mrs. Nellie Manzer. Judging will be on workmanshi...
Travel hints given at St. Bernard's [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Travel hints given at St. Bernard's Helping American families explore and enjoy their own country is the activity of a woman who travels 60,000 miles per year, and who will visit St Bernard's School aa the guest speaker of the Mothers dub on Wednesday, May 27 at 1 pjn. She is Miss Carol Lane, women’s travel director of Shell Oil Company, whose topic win be “Let's Go Adventuring!” The talk will be given at St Bernard’s Hall according to dub President, Rose Gamble. A constant researcher Into travel, Miss Lane this summer took a cross-country motor trip from the Pacific Coast to New York to search out and check on unusual places to visit and additional ways to heighten the pleasures of automlbie travel, with special emphasis on trips to the World's Fair in 1864. Htr talk includes hints on unique vacation trips, travel budgeting, abort tourette vacations, bow to travel with children, family camping, and other subjects.
Fridays hear speaker on estate plan [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Fridays hear speaker on estate plan Mrs. Robert E. Mater prodded over her last meeting as president of the El Serena Friday Homing Club on Friday, May 15. George W. Lyman from tha State Organization Service was the guest speaker for the meeting offering the members a whole new concept in their family estate planning. Final reports were given fay many of th* department chairman, including Mrs. Paul L. Polk, bowling chairman who reported the bowling section of the dab was donating 6175’ (all their prize money), to the clubs philanthropies. The winning Bowling team was Ana Lovie, Dorothy Herihey and Louise SbahaUan. Arlene Fisher won the high game award and Marge Halligan the high series award. Luncheon was held in ad Alhambra Restaurant as th* members celebrated the 37th birthday of the club. Mrs. Robert Mater will bold bar final board meeting on Friday, May 32 at her heme, 3847 Colli* Ave. at 10 ojd. After the meeting she will estttrttln the members at luncheon. / , J :
Demo group guest of City Council [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Demo group guest of City Council Highland Park-Silver bake Democratic Women* Club attended a session of the Los Angeles City Council for the May meeting. The members enjoyed a "Dutch Tfceat’* luncheon and viewed the art exhibit in the Tower of the Los Angeles City Hall. Councilman James Harvey Brown surprised Mrs. Paulyn Clark with a resolution honoring her for many years of service devoted to civic affairs. Mrs. Clark has been instrumental in keeping democratic women informed. and making them more aware of the need to take part in government. Election of officers was held at the home of Mrs. Ernest E. Debs. Past president, Mr*. Lela Anderson introduced the newly elected presment, Mrs. Paul Erdoc. Other officers are Mrs. Arthur W. King, vice presient; Mrs. Michael -Bradley, recording secretary; Mrs. David Bogen, correspondence secretary; Mrs. Wilma I nun, treasurer; Mrs. Ernest E. Debs, parliamentarian; Mr*. Lee Clark, telephone; Mrs. AI Ross and Mrs. John J. Maggio, publicity; Mr*....
Date set [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Date set Mr*. Loom Merrihugh onnouncat th* angogemant of bar daughter, Sandra Brotan to Michael Bastion/ ton of Mr. and Mr*. Paul Bastion of El Sarano. Miss Aroian was graduated from Montaballo High and i» studying cosmetology i n Santa Ana. Bastion, an alumnus of Woodrow Wilson High, Is a surveyor for tha state of California. The couple will marry on June 27 at the Chapel of Memories in Norwalk. They will make their home in Santa Ana after a honeymoon in Monte ray.
Luncheon set [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Luncheon set Th Altar Society of Holy Family Church will sponsor a “luncheon is served" party at 12:30 p.m. on .May,3B ,in the school hall at 1501 Fremont Ave. Menu and program 'will be supervised by Mrs. Mary Crossland of 1700- Bushnell Ave., South Pasadena. Door prizes will be given and card* will follow’ the luncheon. For reservations call Mr*. A. J. Murray, ticket chairman at CL 7-2362.
Last call for HP artists! [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Last call for HP artists! Highland Art Guild will meet tomorrow at 7:30 i) p.m. at the Pool Clubhouse, Highland Park Playground. This will be the last meeting in which to complete plans for the annual Pasadena Festival and the _ Descanso Gardens Show. The June meeting of the®) Guild will be a picnic at Sycamore Park. Prospective members are asked to bring -,ithree samples of their paintings or other art work for judging by the art committee. Elizabeth Kerns, membership chairman, will welcome new members. Mina Bedian and husband Paul, will serve refreshments. - i. . \
Jobs Daughters pay honor to state Grand Guardian [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Jobs Daughters pay honor to state Grand Guardian The Job's Daughters of Bethel* 27, 103 and 210 recently honored Mr*. Eloise J. Moller .grand guardian and Richard T. Brassell, Jr., associate grand guardian of the State of California at the Alhambra Masonic Temple. A special highlight of the evening was a song “Eloise” sung by the Bethel choirs. The Job's Daughter* exemplified their initiation work and Misses Karon Llpka, Erlina and Kathy Newman were welcomed into Bethel 103. A reception followed the meeting and was carried out in the Grand Guardian's color* 6f coral and white. On Friday, May 15, Bethel 103 held its final meeting of the term under the direction of Lucy , Chabpe,, guardian, and William Paine associate guardian, with Mary Craig, honored queen, presiding. The line officers elected were Pat Milinovich, honored queen; Billie Paine, senior princess; Ellen Schield. Junior princess; Rosemary Shahabian, guide; Janice Noble, marshal. Susan Uttlewood was elected choir president...
DAR meeting [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
DAR meeting Mr*. Cleda Dooley, regent, will entertain the Milly Barrett Chapter, National Society, DAR on Thursday evening .May 28 at bar home in Hollywood. Mrs. Dooley and Miss Virginia Anderson, vice-regent, will report on the 73rd Continental Congress of the DAR.
Courtesy Night set at OES V [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Courtesy Night set at OES V Courtesy night lor appointive officers, secretary, and treasurer of Eagle Rock Chapter 313 O.ES. was held Tuesday evening. May 02, at the Eagle Rock Masonic Temple where Eagle RoCk appointive officers relinquished their stations to their 'courtesy officers. " 5 &gt; Worthy Matron Florence Heyer and Worthy Patron Gould Heyer, presided! the east.. Maxlnq Meyers deputy grand matron of the 66th Diet. State, of California, O.E.S. was introduced and invited to remain in the east Special escort! was given Harriet Hanscom, past matron, secretary for Eagle Rock Chapter for 20 year* and an officer in the chapter for 28 years. Chairman for the evening was Marian Gates,' co-chair-man Jennie Cook, both Past Matrons of Eagle Rock Chapter. , • ■ ■ \
They'll celebrate golden wedding [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
They'll celebrate golden wedding Mr. and Mp. Anthony Coffins, who have spent 43 years In Highland Park, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday, May 24. Festivities will be held at the Alhambra Woman’s Club where and relatives will-gather -to oongratulate the couple. Collins retired in 1950 from the LoaQ Angeles Police Department when he sensed a* an inspector. The pair, make their home «t.34(J Loosmore St. and have spent the last few years traveling and enjoying their six grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren. . : i ■; BIG DAY AHEAD—Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Collins, 50 yean wed, with eon Bill and daughter, Agnes, make big plans for thair Mxi ounooy*
Stop Killing Yourself * Her weight graph resembles teeth of a shark [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Stop Killing Yourself * Her weight graph resembles teeth of a shark ONI WOMAN’S STRUGGLE WITH EXCESS WEIGHT It seems that 9 out of 10 Americans are on some diet or other. Either a plain reduction diet: on low cholesterol or low sodium intake; on a diet to gain (yet, this also ia a common problem); on ulcer diets; foods that hope to control gout or acne; diets for anemia, arthritis, or nephritis. Rapid reduction diets that range from the recent rage for taking liquid substitutes to reduce calorie intake to actual starvation diets that have lately b- n reported. Perhaps, there' :e, you will be interested in . his one Phase of dieting as re orted by a reader. Dear Dr. Steincrohn; I was •tattled the other evening when I read in your column a letter from a Mrs. R. who signed her•oK "Fatty.” It sounded exactly as though I had written H ,as those are my sentiments exactly. With one major exception: my husb-&gt;nd, a wonderful guy, has never said one Critical word about my weight, a...
Obituaries [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Obituaries EVA BELLE PITCHFORD Funeral services for Mrs. Eva Belle Pitchford, 75, were conducted Tuesday in the Little Church of the Flowers, under the direction of Forest Lawn Mortuary. Bom in Wisconsin, she resided at 3333 Andrita St. for the past 27 years. She died Friday in a Glendale hospital, leaving three daughters, Mrs. Lois Russell, Los Angeles: Mrs. Ruth Bailey, Long Beach; Mrs. Harriett Matson, Washington; eight grandchildren; three greatgrandchildren; two brothers; and two sisters. Interment was in Forest Lawn Memorial-Park Glendale. MARY FACKO Rosary was recited Friday, May 15, at Utter McKinley’s Cresse-Eagle Rock Mortuary and Requiem Mass was celebrated Saturday, May 16, at St. Bernard’s Church, for Mary Facko, 76, of 900 Elder Court, Los Angeles, who died May 13. Bora in Austria, Mrs. Facko, widowed, lived in California and the area for 16 years. Interment was at Calvary Cemetery. MABEL HANDLEY Mabel Mildred Handley, loved mother of Garten Cummins of Highland Park, d...
New Twist in Garlic Bread Begins in Very Own Kitchen [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
New Twist in Garlic Bread Begins in Very Own Kitchen Garlic bread, an old favorite, has a new and unforgettable taste when made with the new frozen Brldgford ready-to-bake bread dough. It combines the wonderful aroma and flavor of fresh baked bread, garlic and cheese. The frozen loaf is removed j from the bag and allowed to thaw only slightly at room ( temperature just until cuts for filling can be made down, into the partially frozen loaf.; This requires about 30 minutes. If the dough is allowed to become too soft, it is difficult to make the cuts and insert the filling. The aroma of this easy to make garlic bread calls a warm welcome to the family or guests. Chopped watercress or chives give an unusual touch although the traditional chopped parsley is excellent. FRESH GARLIC BREAD 1 loaf (1 lb.) Brldgford Ready-to-Bake Frozen Bread Dough 2 tbs. melted better K cup grated Parmesan cheese 1 clove garlic, missed H Up. salt » tbs. chopped fresh watercress, chives or parsley Remove loa...
Solid Foods for Baby [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Solid Foods for Baby For the next five or six months, you’ll be adding new foods to baby’s diet every other week or so and this can be pleasant and rewarding for both you and your baby if you follow a few simple rules, ■ays the Nutrition Department ef Beech-Nut Baby Foods. Taking food from a spoon la different from taking milk throagh a nipple. Make It easy for yowr baby by introdaclog any nsw food a little at a time. Thin down food ((specially cereal) with formula to craam soup consistency. Use smallbowled, long bandied spoon and place food towards the back of baby’a tongue for easier swallowing. Don’t worry If yen have to scrape food off his ekla. It doesn't meaa,bo dislikes the food. Baby’s taste-buds and diKattive system can be confused If you Introduce new foods In rapid succession, the Beech-Nut Nutritionists continue. Dost farce or eaax it baby refaset a new food; tomorrow ho may Ilka H. Year doctor will advise yen aa to whoa to start each new kind of teed. 1 Until baby is ta...