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Byron Jones gives thanks to supporters [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Byron Jones gives thanks to supporters ( T. Byron Jones, who will be seeking a seat in the 48th As sembly District in the November Caluifomitt General Election, this week expressed gratitude to his many workers and supporters who aided him ir gaining the Republican nomination in the June 2 California Primary. "I am particularly grateful for the unselfish devotion and the long hours of toil freely given by so many friends.” Jones said. “I also wish to express appreciation for the fair manner in which my opponent, Benny Cordova conducted the campaign. The debate was strictly on the issues without personal Incriminations of any kind. I am glad to be able to call Benny my fripnd.’” ' Jones also announced an open house would be held at his home, 3922 Latrobe St.. On Saturday, June 13, from 7:30 to 10 pm. for all of his supporters.
New musical presented by TWI Friday [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
New musical presented by TWI Friday “Music for America” a new musical emphasizing .the great American heritage, will be presented by Teen World Intrnational at Scottish Rite Temple, 4357 Wilshire Blvcfc Friday, June 13 at 7:30 p.m. Featured In the musical will be Capitol and Word record starring Mary Jayne and Greg Loren. “What Made America Great” a musical narrative will star dramatist Kirby Brumfield. Dr. John .Lechner, Dr. Roy McKeown, The Salvation Army Congress Hall Band and many recording artists will make this a stirring and memorable evening for , the whole family. Admission is free.
Fresh Citrus Supplies ' ' ' 11 Punch to Patio Party [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Fresh Citrus Supplies ' ' ' 11 Punch to Patio Party It’s patio party time which makes it time for refreshing punches, delicious as well as different. Here are Just the summer drinks; fresh citrus juices spiked with sparkling water and a float of sherbet. Cooler than cool, these punches give a lively lift to lagging spirits and they’re perfect combinations to answer the body’s need for vitamin C and extra fluids during the hot summer months. TRIO PATIO PUNCH 1 cap fresh lemon juice 1W cops fresh orange juice M cup Crush lime jnlce IVt cups sugar 4 caps IctHwaler 1 bottle (is-oz.) chilled sparkling water 1 pint pineapple sherbet Combine fruit juices and sugar, stirring until sugar is dissolved. Chill. Just before serving, combine sweetened juices and ice water. Pour over Ice in punch bowl. Add chilled sparkling water and sherbet. Makes 20 to 22 servings. LEMON-AVOCADO SHAKE 1 medium avocado, peeled, cat Into thanks Z lemons, peeled, eat into small pieces 1 pint pineapple sherbet 1 cnp...
Crab Louie Is Summer Salad [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Crab Louie Is Summer Salad Sprinkle -1 IV4 cups sliced celery and one thinly sliced cucumber with *4 cup French dressing and chill. To serve,' remove marinated vegetables from dressing and set aside. To dressing mix in t4 cup chili sauce, hi cup mayonnaise and one teaspoon lemon juice. Drain and flake one can (7)4-ounces) Deming's Crabmeat. Toss it with two finely chopped-hard-cooked eggs and the marinated celery. Add salt to taste. Arrange salad greens on four plates. Mound crabmeat mixture In centers. Circle with alternate slices of tomato and the marinated cucumber. Spoon dressing generously over crabmeat and sprinkle with two tablespoons chopped green olive or chives. Garnish with parsley. Serves four. It’s natural for honey to become thick and granulated. Use it that way as a spread over toast or hot biscuits.
Take Note of Offering [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Take Note of Offering Regardless of the fate of our silver dollar, here's a chance you shouldn’t miss. For trying any three varietlea of the new Best Foods homogenized dressings, the company will tend you a free silver dollar. The ftve new Beat Foods dressings arc Cheddar Blen, Mayonnaise Flavor -Pourable Dressing, Old Homestead, French and Italian. Look for the words “new" and “homogenized.” For the silver dollar, send the entire back label of each bottle to: Homogenized, P.O. Box 50, Terminal Annex, Los Angeles, California. Be aare to iaclada yoar same and address. Instead of three labels, send two back labels, and receive Me or one back label and receive 25c.
GIVE BRIDE USEFUL EQUIPMENT [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
GIVE BRIDE USEFUL EQUIPMENT New brldea will be appearing on your gin list often In the week* ahead. If yon are la a qaandary a boat what to give, why not chooae a aaefal piece of Utekea equipment to help promote the bride's callnary eaccess? To keep almonds at peak freshness, store In tightly covered container In the refrigerator. For convenience, chop some ahead for cookies and cakes. Since meat is the mainstay of every meal, choose equipment gifts which help the new bride perfect the art of meat cookery. A meat thermometer aad am open, shallow roasting pan equipped with a rack will help her serve excellent roasts every time. The meat thermometer is the surest indication of perfectly cooked meat and the open pan Insures correct roasting procedure. For bralalag or oiamerw hi tie leas leader, badge! calo of Meat, a Hatch area with a tight-titttag Hd eerres deal parposes. A deep fryer-type skillet with a close fitting cover can be used for braising as wed as pan-broiling and frying. W...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
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Page 13 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
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"""Choosing a Career Two ways to choose a career; personal assessmen* is best [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
"""Choosing a Career Two ways to choose a career; personal assessmen* is best By Or. iNHIi gtetaberg Counselor and Assistant Professor of Education. Calif State College at Lot Angelo A* graduation time approch es the thought! of many itu dent! turn to the aeHou! prob lem of career planning. Thi problem of bringing togethei a Job and a person sooner oi later become! everyone’! prl vate concern, ahnoit as cer tainly as death and taxes. The degree of concern depends on many factors, bul choosing the right occupatior is second in importance only tc choosing the right mate. Tin choice of a career is one of the most important and difficult decisions one ever has tc make. On it depends one’i chances for a successful, satisfying and happy life. If you choose wisely, you will have an opportunity to prepare yourself with proper education and training for the field you want to enter. But if you make a mistake, you may waste thousands of dollars and several years on educational preparation for ...
Council installs officers [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Council installs officers "Mighty Oak* From Little kcorns Grow” wu the theme ■or the June 1 meeting of Griffith Council PTA. Council &gt;fftoen and presidents-elect of the 15 secondary school PTAs xxnprising the council were totalled by Mrs. Winston Clare, &gt;ast president of Griffith Coun;11 and CCPT treasurer. S pedal guest of the day was Mrs. H. W. Pleper, president-elect it Tenth District PTA. Officers ins tailed were Mrs. Manuel Snider, serving her lecond term as president; Maslames James Kitzpatrick and Tack Miller, vice presidents; ioe Yamaki, secretary; Dale Hotter, treasurer; Gilbert Dowtag, auditor; Beatrice Hamil:on, historian; and Joseph Bruio, parliamentarian. Among he local presidents installed vere Mrs. George Green of franklin PTA and Mrs. Theolore Brisso, of Luther Burbank PTA. . Also attending this luncheon nee ting from Luther Burbank PTA were Mmcs. Lowell Shep&gt;ard, girls’ vice principal; Lews Meek, junior past president; Wiliam Irwin, ...
PTA Honors retiring teachers a *5l " • [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
PTA Honors retiring teachers a *5l " • Fletcher Drive School PSA Board members hostessed the faculty at the annual June luncheon. Special attention was focused on those faculty members who are leaving Fletcher Dr. Mrs. Edna Hawkee, long-time kindergarten teacher, will be at Aragon Avenue School next year. Mrs. Eleanor Sturzenacker will join the honorable “Sorority of Motherhood” and Miss Sue Alquist will receive her “MRS degree.” Mrs. Ellen West is joining the Peace Corps and has been assigned to teach high schqol in Quito, Ecuador. During the luncheon Mrs. Charles Warren presented to Mrs. West a PTA honorary life membership. Among invited guests were her son and daugh-ter-in-law, and several of the teachers who had been at Fletcher Drive with Mrs. West. Also leaving Fletcher Dr, will be Mrs. Yvonne Councell Hubbell who has been custodian for 16 years.
Annandale prexy entertains at gala luncheon [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Annandale prexy entertains at gala luncheon The final exetcutive board meeting of Annandale School PTA was held recently at the home of PTA president Mrs. Monnie Jackson who served delicious luncheon. Guests included 22 board members, PTA president-elect Mrs. Lee Turcotte and Ann anti ale's school principal Richard Johnson. The hostess was presented a beautiful milk glass epergne and covered candy dish. Installation of new officers was held June 9. Hostesses were be Annandale faculty members Mrs. Marie ShultjC Miss Judith Green, Mrs. Dorothy Melrose, Mrs. Shirley Corson, Mrs, Waldine Hunter, Mias Ann Belanger, Mrs. Lois Anderson, Mrs. Carol Litten, Miss Mary Diehl, Miss Phyllis Smith, Keith Warren and George Rann. . The A 6 class teachers will present their students at the meeting. The A 6 class luncheon will be held on . June 18 with Mrs. O’dell Treadwell, chairman. This will be the largest class to leave Annandale School in its history, with SO students being j^tinotad-
Teachers luncheon [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Teachers luncheon Dahlia Heights PTA held tha last official meeting of* the year on June 9. The combination board meeting and teachers' lunch was held in the eeboo) bungalow. The PTA will still be active during the summer, providing funds for the Dahlia Heights school playground activities and sending chairman to the workshops offered by Tenth District. The Dahlia Heights Play, ground will be open'from 12:30 in the afternoon until 5:30 p,m.. Starting June 22.
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
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