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Are you an ER grad of 1954? [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Are you an ER grad of 1954? Eagle Book alumni who graduated In the aununer of 1954 will hold a reunion buffet dinner danoe at the Chevy Chase Country Club en June SO at S:M p.m. Yew may still buy your tickets *t the door If you have not already sent your money In. If you see this article and have never been contacted please call Call (Grieve) Dwyer 01 1-S9lB or Shirley (Brennan) Adams CL 7-08U for Information.
Bethel 23 honors its queen [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Bethel 23 honors its queen The Bethel room vu filled to capacity Wednesday night at Bethel 23 for “queen’s farewell night” honoring Queen Judi McQuown. Officers and choir stood and sang "Tls the End of a Perfect Term” to her and the Associate Guardian M. McGuown, presented her with a white Bible signed by her officers, choir and Council. Dignitaries present were Mrs. Sally Johnson, past grand guardian; Mrs. Mary Lou McQuown, grand third messenger and guardian of Bethel 23; Mr*. Alice Barr, deputy; Jo Alison Hack. PHQ of Bethel 168 and grand bethel guide; Barbara Hummel. PHQ Bethel 23, JoAnn Murray,PHQ Bethel 23. Others were Marilyn Dennis, PHQ Bethel 23, Carol Young, senior princess Bethel 79; Mr. and Mrs. Young, guardian and associate guardian of Bethel 79; Leßol Crandall, master of GlasseU Park Masonic Lodge; Mr. and Mrs. Culp, worthy matron and worthy patron of GlasseU Park Eastern Star; John Barr past patron: J. W. Larsen, past patron, past high priest and grandfather of Queen J...
Kin of Kit Carson, spouse celebrate 55th anniversary [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Kin of Kit Carson, spouse celebrate 55th anniversary Josephine and Robert Beach celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary last Tuesday with many friends and relatives on hand to help them celebrate the occasion. Mrs. Beach, an avid reader of western stories has a good reason for it She is the granddaughter of Kit Carson, the famous Indian fighter. Mr. Beach is equally fond of baseball. With such young interests and diversified hobbies it’s no wonder that friends express their union thus ... "They’ve traveled the road with laughter and tears, hand in hand through the golden years.” The couple, who originally hailed from the state of Colorado have made their home in Highland Park for many years.
Local BPW at meeting of District [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Local BPW at meeting of District Member* of Eagle Rock BPW will be attending the Sunset District organisation meting at the Five Horsemen. 921 Riverside Or. on June 13. Representing the local club will be Esther Foster Wag«ooer, Ruth Harrison, Violet Christian and Mabel Boober. The meting is open to all ▲ charge o t 33.75 includes coffee, doughnuts and luncheon. Hie Eagle Rode group baa set June IS as the date for the dinner meeting to be staged, at Gables Inn, Los Fells and Brand Boulevard Dinner will be served at 7, preceded by social boor at 6:30. For reservations call Mabtt Booher, CL 5-3492. Initiated at the last BPW meting was Miss Evelyn Moles. A membership drive is now in progress and al twomen engaged in business or profusions are urged to call Mrs. Waggoner at CL 7.6889 or Violet Christian, CA 19427.
Linda Lindelef, Pam Mankin winners in T style contest [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Linda Lindelef, Pam Mankin winners in T style contest “ Summertime fashions” were presented by a “Ladies First" night held last Friday by the Northeast YMCA Girls Council, with proceeds going toward the construction of the new “Y” building. As a finale to the group’s activities for the year, sixteen girls modeled their own creations in competition for the title of Miss Summertime Fashions. Winners in both junior and senior divisions were chosen by judges: Miss Linda Farendel, Mrs. Betty Gould. Tver* fashion consultant; Margaret Korondi, physical fitness instructor and Mrs. Name Manser, custom dressmaker. Titles were awarded to Linda Lindelef, senior division for her formal fat velvet and brocade and to Pam Mankin, junior division, for a chic Hue suit Runners-up were Karen Eriksson and Colleen - Collins, senior division and Susie Green and Cobie Verhagen, junior division. Winners were given gift certificate* from Ivers Department Store and each re- ceivcd a ribbon to coramemo* rata b...
Parish Council installs its new officers [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Parish Council installs its new officers Officers of Divine Savior Parish Council were Installed Tuesday evening at the church by the Rev. Charles Dognam, who also officiated at the benediction following the ceremony. Seated were Mmes. Adolph Melendrez, president; N. D. Alvarez, vice president; Ted Crowick, secretary and F. Mackoviak, treasurer. Chairmen are Mmes. A 1 Rey, altar and shrine; August Juarez, membership; O, Loya, ways and means; Stella SanfilUppo, home and school; James di Maura .health; M. Quinn, hospitality; John Delgadillo, program; Jack Saiz, historian; Joe Tejeda, sewing: A 1 Hernandez, publicity; Amerlco Bonacci, parliamentarian; Michael Loporchio, refreshments and Peter Perez, Confraternity. The Council will hostess a farewell tea for Sister Ida Marie, school principal (or the past six years, on Sunday, June 14. Tea will be served from 2-4 pjn. in the convent patio. All members of the parish are invited.
DAR plans picnic [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
DAR plans picnic Mrs. John Gilchrist, regent of Peyton Randolph Chapter DAR and state organizing secretary (1962-64) will be the speaker at the June 15 meting of San Rafael chapter DAR. Meeting is scheduled for noon at Eagle Rock Playground, 1100 Eagle Vista Dr. Mrs. Gilchrist ! topic will be, "The Continental Congress and What the Daughters Da’* Organ music will be provided by A 1 Brown.
LH Seniors celebrate Flag Day [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
LH Seniors celebrate Flag Day Lincoln Heights Senior OW isene will meat at U am to* morrow at Lincoln Heights Playground, 2308 Workman St Theme wfll be Hag Day, with Miss Cora If. Warfiald from the Wadneedey Morning Club, speaking on ‘The Hie* tocy of Our flag.' Flans are now being siade for the June 17 Senior ptcnie to be held In Sycamore Grove wines the Lincoln Haights group wfll be in charge of registration. Thom attendfag are asked to bring on* dleta and aend* wichee. Coffee and iee cream wfll be served. Prism fed games wfll bs given by each of the 60 chibs nprmneted that day. Th annual nwetlag of dria» gates le set for June 19 be* ginning at 9:90 at the Hot Methodist Church. 9th end Hope Sts. Members are ha* vited to athml For further kihiamlhsi cal OBve Heeellng at CA 2-T96BL
'Queen Pat' rules at Bethel [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
'Queen Pat' rules at Bethel The sixty-sixth public in•tsUstton of officers choir of Bethel 109 was held June a at the n Senno Masonic TempUt where Miss Pat MlUnohrch era* installed by Miss Mary Qralg, retiring honorad queen. The elected and appointed officer* who were installed were: Billie Paine, senior princess; Ellen ScfaieU, jurist Wan. guide; and Janfcn Nobfe marshal Tha appointed officer* ora: holt DtO. on tar guard; Derma Thomas, toner guard; Gail Hawkfaia. sank* custodian; XUan Slater, June kr Other* were Lob Jacques, Hbrarian: Barbara DaO. muri* dau; Suaaime Robucfc, recorder; Nancy I-angrtale. treasonW.lm! *«"■ * a A- „ w* nCiOl Blun aragm, CDip* lain: Eileen Coffin Orst met■pnarprl 'Tfruwi ■ TTatin ■» * a *" n 7 HWOlt **wJBQ messenger; Janet Starr, third fourth m'aassngari Patricia* Hinojosa, fifth msurngrr: Sharon Mure, parliamentarian and Melanie Bernscn, electrician. Soe Uttlewood was installed choir president wore: Linda Bradshaw. Robin Moran, TJiwti Kretzinger Louise...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
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Molded Salads Bring Buffet Party Delight [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Molded Salads Bring Buffet Party Delight Saladi and lummer ara lift partners. They can be light enougl for the calorie-counting glr friends or can have mor&lt; substance and be used as i dish for buffet dinner get-to gethers with the men. Today’s suggestion shoulc please everybody. It is mad* with one of the new pourabl* salad dressings now avail able. , This dressing, mayonnals* flavor, combines with meal and vegetables In lemon gel a tin base for a souffle salac of note. HAM AND AVOCADO SOUFFLE SALAD 2 cops boiling water a pkgs. (3-oz. each) lemoi flavored gelatin 1 cnp cold water • M cap vinegar 1 cnp Best Foods mayonnaise flavor pourable dressing 1 tap. salt 2 medium avocados 2 caps diced cooked han 1 cnp diced celery 2 tap. finely chopped onioi Pour boiling water ovei gelatin In bowl; stir unti gelatin Is completely dls solved. Add cold water, vinegar mayonnaise flavor pourabl* dressing and salt; blend witl rotary beater. Pour Into metal loaf pan Chill In freezing unit ...
Small Fruits Indicate June Is Here [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Small Fruits Indicate June Is Here When "small fruits” displace acme fruits In the market stalls, “June is busting out all over.” We are a fickle people and excitement runs high with each new month when seasonal foods are ready for harvest. Apricots are beginning to roll in. Make your plans for canning, drying and freezing, for June and July are apricot months. California's 1964 crop of nectarines, beginning In early June, Is expected to be the largest on record, with quality excellent. Almost all nectarines are varieties developed la the last 20 years. Springtime and Robin peaches are in market with yellow-fleshed ones to appear shortly. Freestone peaches will follow—both white and yellow-fleshed. Indications point to a tremendous plum crop with Beauties here now from Kern County. Strawberries are in heavy supply and Joining them la lesser amounts are raspberries, boysenberries and olallles. Bing cherries are here with Beaumont crop in markets until mid-July. Some "UPick” still pro...
Are Large Quantities Your Buy? [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Are Large Quantities Your Buy? A 50-quart size package of nonfat dry milk Is available In markets. It weighs 10 pounds and Is packaged in a carrying carton. This size brings nonfat dry milk to us at a cost of seven and onehalf cents a quart. But If your family Is small and your storage space 1s limited you may not find this milk the “buy” for you. Since 1955 the sale of nonfat iry milk in home-size packages has almost doubled and these packages are getting larger, so there are families who find this their buy. Another economy-size package is fresh milk sold in 10-quart home dispenser. It is available from some dairies on home delivery. This is an Interesting package. The milk Is held in a polyethylene bag In a corrugated box and sits on the refrigerator shelf. There is no need to remove the container for pouring. A twist of a cap or lever turns the milk off and on. This package provides a money-saving arrangement for the family which can use milk in these amounts. The price comes do...
Use Almonds for Flavor and Texture [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Use Almonds for Flavor and Texture Upside-down cakes have unusually high appeal to a lot of people, so here 1* still another one—easy-do Almond Upside-Down Cake. Crunchy toasted silvered almonds make a world of difference In the flavor and texture of this Inviting dessert. Salads gain new Interest with almonds, too. Stir almonds Into your next Waldorf salad and enjoy extra flavor dividends. UPSIDE-DOWN rsxa Vj cop batter W cap toasted silvered almonds, m caps sugar 1 tsp. ram extract V*. cap shortening 2 eggs, slightly beaten 1 tsp. vanilla l'/j cnps sifted cake floor 114 tsp. baking powder Vt tsp. salt % cap milk Spread *4 cup butter over bottom of 8-lnch square cake pan. Sprinkle almonds, H cup sugar and rum extract over butter. In mixing bowl cream shortening with remaining butter and sugar. Blend In eggs and vanilla. Sift together baking powder, flour and salt. Add to creamed mixture alternately with milk, beginning and ending with flour mixture. Pour over almond-sugar mixture a...
DAIRY MONTH All-Year Favorites Highlighted in June [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
DAIRY MONTH All-Year Favorites Highlighted in June Teenagers love "floats" the year ’round, but what better time to call their attention to the nutritional value of milk and Ice cream snacks than during June Dairy Month. Let them have this favorite often since their need for dairy foods 1s greater than for older members of the family. Since floats are easy to prepare and so satisfying to consume, keep a good supply of milk and ice cream on hand at all times for all refrigera-tor-raiders. June Is here and Californiagrown strawberries are at their luscious best, and few drinks could be more flavorsome than fresh strawberry floats. It goes without saying that other seasonal berries and Ice creams make good combinations, too. STRAWBERRY FLOAT H cap sugar 1 plat strawberries, balled, rinsed aad sliced 1 qt. milk I qt. strawberry ice cream 1 tap. vanilla Add sugar to strawberries and let stand 15 minutes. Combine milk, half the Ice cream and vanilla. Beat with rotary beater or In blender ...
Beef Adds Variety [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Beef Adds Variety When tt comes to the serious business of dally meal planning, look to beef for variety and Interest. Flank ateak stuffed with a savory dressing 1 and cooked slowly In a cov- 1 ered pan produces flavor. 1 you’ll want to repeat soon. Try a variation on your favorite meat loaf recipe by preparing Individual meat loaves I for your family. i Add your own flavor to frozen peas or com: To the boiling salted water, add one teaspoon of honey.