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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
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Dierker-Robbins On Hawaiian honeymoon [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Dierker-Robbins On Hawaiian honeymoon Now honeymooning in Hawaii are newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gerald Robbins (nee Vivian Gay Dierker) whose wedding vows were solemized at the First Lutheran Church of Pasadena on the evening of April 5. Presiding at the altar "was the Rev. Walter S. Fischer. The beautiful daughter of Mrs. Ruth Dierker, of 6116 Springvale Dr., was gowned in a Cahill original of white floor length silk alpaca with lace bodice embellished with bugle beads and seed pearls. Her chapel train was part of a flpor length coat of white silk alpaca with 'bracelet length sleeves. Her butterfly silk illusion veil was held by a matching pillbox of lace covered with beads and seed pearls. A cascade of lily of the valley was her bouquet. Attending her as maid of honor was Miss Jean Gansert, wearing a pink sleeveless gown with empire waistline and floor length chiffon skirt with floating back panels. She wore matching accessories and carried a crescent of pink elfe roses. Gowned...
Social calendar bulling Spring events keep everybody busy [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Social calendar bulling Spring events keep everybody busy These spring days mean busy hours for local women, nearing the end of the dub year when soda! activities crowd every calendar. WEDNESDAY MORNING CLUB New members will be honored at Wednesday Morning Club at the clubhouse on April 29. Mrs. Mary Sours, membership chairman, win present the program, followed by a tea. Luncheon will be Served at noon with Mrs. Gladys Willis as hostess. Mrs. Cuban Walters will make announcements and introductions. o—o—o MILLY BARRETT DAB MiUy Barrett DAR meets today at the home of Mrs. C. F. Auer in Glendale. Mrs. C. Jerome will preside. Miss Alice Moore will report on the work of the Children of the American Revolution and Mrs. William Ellis on the DAR schools. Mrs. Paul Dooley, regent, is now attending the Continental Congress in Washington, D.C. o—o—o MUSIC CLUB Thursday Morning Music Club met last Thursday at the Mil Drive home of Constance Braasch to hear “music from Vienna.” Piano solos were ...
Rare books at rummage [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Rare books at rummage At the rummage sale to be held this Saturday, April 25 at Second Presbyterian Church, 2500 Griffin Ave. from 9 ami. until 4 p.m., for the benefit of the -youth activities program, a speciality win be the sale of aU kinds of books. In addition, there are more than fifty volumes that are real antiques, aU over 100 years old, and these will all be offered at low prices. Stamps for collectors will also be available. Clothing, dishes, toys, records, housewares, etc., will be on sale in the church social haU. Friends wishing .to help in this project may call CA 2-9702 for pick up service. AU donations will be
April days are active for Jobies [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
April days are active for Jobies Bethel 103 International Order of Jobs Daughters held a mountain party at Crestline for members and their friends recently. The Bethel met last Friday under the direction of Honored Queen Mary Craig. Barbara and Lois Dell and Melinda Middleton took their proficiency degree. After the meeting refreshments were served, with Lois Jaques as chairman, assisted by Jennifer Abbot. Susan Littlewbod and Estela Fernandez. The dining room was decorated in a basebajl theme. .Jobs Daughters and their friends attended a theater parly in Hollywood to see ■Hbw the West Was Won.” after which many attended the DeMolay installation, where Roger Kee was seated as master councilor and Rosemary marshall of Bethel 103, was installed as “chapter sweetheart." Jobs Daughters of Bethel 103 will present a salad bar luncheon and fashion show at 11:30 on April 25 at 4738 S. Huntington Dr. Donation is "75 cents. ......
Congressman guest of LH Seniors [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Congressman guest of LH Seniors Congressman George E. Brown will be honored guest at Lincoln Heights Senior Citizens when they meet tomorrow at 11 man. at 2303 Workman Ave. A pot luck dinner will be served and April birthdays will be celebrated. Reporta on the delegates meeting last Monday will be beard. This will be the last opportunity ’ for aign-ups for the April 29 trip to the Greek Theatre for the Senior Citizens talent show. For further information on Senior events call Olive Heading, president at CA 2-7969.
Toast misir esses agree Should there be 2nd vice president? yes! [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Toast misir esses agree Should there be 2nd vice president? yes! mdwM NROA THOMPSON, SOCIETY CMTOR-CL 4-5111 Resolved: “That the position of Second Vice-Pres-ident be established" was the subject of a spirited debate of the Eagle Rock Toastmistress Club at its meeting of April 15. 1 ■ Debaters Pauline Myer and Jewell Gillet spoke for the affirmative and Jeanne Parrish with Clare Cravett represented the negative in another enthusiastic program for which Eagle Rock Toastmistress is known. Mesdames Myers and GUlett were judged winners. Mr*. Pauline Myer shaded honors with Mrs. Francine Courtrlght in being awarded the trophy for contributing the most to this evening meeting. Mrs. GlUett was voted the most improved speaker. Parliamentary Law was the table topics assignment presided over by Mines. Agnes O’Donnell. Four members demonstrated the pitfalls of improper parliamentary procedure. Mrs. O'Donnell was awarded the table topics trophy. Club representative Mrs. Agnes O’Donnell reportin...
Poets meet at home of Naomi Dallas [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Poets meet at home of Naomi Dallas The Poets of the Highlands Chapter of the California Federation of Chaparral Poets met recently at the home of their analyst, well-known author and lecturer Naomi Dallas, 2104 Ridgeview Dr. President Lenore McLaughlin Link, who is also corresponding secretary for the State Federation, presented a card of thanks to the Poets of the Highlands for their contribution to the CFCP’s annual poetry contests. Mrs. Dallas conducted a study on free verse and blank verse. Also discussed was the one-line poem. Imajean Earle Younger offered as an example “The candles’ light is golden.” Mrs. Dallas read a blank verse entitled “Hard Earned,” a poem about a young man from the Philippine Islands whom she is tutoring in English. Peggy Horn Hawkins read an untitled philosophical cinquain, a tanka entitled “Autumn Harvest” and another cinquain "My Prayer.” Lenore McLaughlin Link read a tanka entiUed “Joy Song” and a nursery rhyme “Brown Dog and Blue Cat.” Margaret L. Y...
New Circle members [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
New Circle members The Woman's Society of Christian Service of Asbury Church, 2446 Workman St., will honor new members who have joined one of the five circles of the society this Methodist conference year. A tea will be presented on Thursday, April 30, at 1:30 p.m. All members and their friends are invited. Please make reservations with a member of the committee. Those serving on the committee are: Mrs. Carolyn Tabor, chairman; Mrs. Ruth Smutz, Miss May McCamley, Mrs. Jessie Baird, Mrs. Clara Shreve, Mrs. Lorraine Florez and Mrs. Helen Breed.
Arroyo Juniors gear for annual awards convention [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Arroyo Juniors gear for annual awards convention Convention time has arrived. The Arroyo Vista Junior* are making final preparation* for the eighth annual Metropolitan District C.F.W. C, Jr. Membership to be held at the fabulous Newporter Inn. Newport Beach on April 24 and 25. Mrs. Victor DhiUon, president, will report oh the ectivitias of the past year. Ijinr&gt;yH| t bullMM election*, workshops, reports, ett, will keep presidents busy. The President's room is headquarter* for all activities of her club members. District Chairmen have been busy with the Judging of annual reports received from the 13 clubs in Verdugo Metropolitan' District. Trophies and certificates will be awarded to ' dubs for outstanding service in their communities. The Arroyo Vista’s have three District Chairmen: Mrs. Raymond Arenz, Youth: Kenneth Gustafson, registrar; and Raymond Geer, bulletin. Ihey will give aWards for the outstanding "Taen Aga Mias.” youth activities, attendance at Federation meetin...
Girls keep busy at Bethel 43 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Girls keep busy at Bethel 43 April has been an active month for the Job’s Daughters of Eagle Rock Bethel No. 43, beginning with a “Grub Party," presented by Debbie Hon senior princess and Janice Ostrander, guide. A taco dinner was followed by dancing. Becky Babcock, honored queen, planned a theatre party on April 7 when the group saw "Three’s a Family’’ at the Doran Theatre In Glendale. It was the queen’s philanthropic fund and moneymaking project for the term. Job’s Daughters of Bethels 11, 66 and 43 put on their work for the official visit of Mrs. Eloise Moller, Grand Guardian of the State of California on April 10 at Eagle Rock Masonic Temple. Five girls were initiated and Miss Kathy Kirkland came into Bethel 43. A reception followed the meeting and was carried out in the Grand Guardian's colors of yellow and white and theme of "May Peace and Harmony Prevail.” Junior Princess, Marilyn Wilkings held her moneymaking project on April 17 at a "stomp” in the temple with “The Legends” ...
Past Matrons, Patrons feted at OES meet [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Past Matrons, Patrons feted at OES meet Part Matrons and Past Patrons were honored at the April 14 meeting of Eagle Rock Chapter 313, Order of the Eastern Star. Presiding in the East were Thelma Weir, past matron and Dwight Leonard, junior part patron. Joining In the East were Worthy Matron Florence Heyer and Worthy Patron Gould Heyer. Other past matrons and past patrons of Eagle Rock Chapter ailed the officers station. Norma Johnson, Nimshl Chapter, who served Grand Chapter In 1955 and Leona Smith of Eagle Rock who served Grand Chapter in 1953 were introduced. Among those present were 16 past matrons and five past patrons of Eagle Rock Chapter, also seveh visiting part matrons and two past patrons.
Addie Ennis wins writing contest [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Addie Ennis wins writing contest Winner of the first prize in the creative writing contest, sponsored by the Verdugd District of the California Federation of Women's Clubs, was Addie Lucas Ennis of 5121 Baltimore St The award was announced at the District convention luncheon at the HuntingtonSheraton Hotel in Pasadena on April 16 by the district chairman of literature, Mrs. Ernest J. Fuerst Reading of the prize winning poem, "Whither To,” was by Fadalxna Rooney, of 2715 Prewett St, who is director of drama and speech at the Wednesday Morning Club, 220 East Ave.'2B, Lincoln Heights.
Let There be Music [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Let There be Music Mrs. Reserl Keen, president of Eagle Rock Twentieth Century Club, presents a check for $lOOO to Mrs. Robert Craig. Blue Ribon committee chairman of fund raising for the lot Angeles Music Center. The Eagle Rock club received a special citation folr their contribution, endowing a seat at the Center, at last week's convention of the, Verdugo District of California Federation of Women’s Clubs at the Huntington Sheraton Hotel.
Two girls presented' in traditional rites [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Two girls presented' in traditional rites Miss Sylvie Camarillo and Miss Alma Blanco, celebrated their fifteenth birthdays last week with the traditional "presentation" ball held in Our Lady Queen of Angels La Placlta Church. Following the ceremony, the - girls were guests of honor at a lavish dance held at 2411 N. Broadway. The daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Camarillo and Mr. and Mrs, John A. Blanco of El Sereno, were following the Mexican tradition of "presentation” similar to the Anglo-Saxon debut, in which young ladies reaching their fifteenth birthday are presented to society. The first part of the ritual is strictly reHglom to jqgure and attended by the many friend* of the debutantes. Comprising the court of honor for Miss Camarillo and Miss Blanco were; Barbara Palacio, * Irma Lopez, TUlie Contreras, Irma Parra, /Betty Herrera, Norma Fitzgerald, Mary Jane Blanco, Emily Luna, Terry Mendlola, Darlene Roussa, Priscilla Tartu and Linda Telles. Young men in the -court of honor ...
Eagle Rock High PTA names new officers [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Eagle Rock High PTA names new officers Mrs. Phillip Spurgeon was elected president of Eagle Rock High PTA for the year 1964-65. Elected to serve with her were Mrs. Milton Noel, vice president;. Mm. Robert Motfatt, secretary; Mrs. Herbert Broking, treasurer; Mrs. George Ludwlck, auditor; Mrs. Robert Johnson, historian and Mrs. Melvin Scherr, parliamentarian. Parent-teacher’s hlghast award, tha honorary Ufa membership was presented to Mrs. Davis Klinck at tha Founders Day meeting. Mrs. Klinck, junior past president of Eagle Rock PTA has served PTA in many capacities in addition to Scouting, church and community work. •’ Parents and friends attended the meeting on Tuesday, April 21, at 7:30 p.nt when open house was featured.
Newlyweds will live in Washington [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Newlyweds will live in Washington Miss Judith Lynn Wolf, daughter of I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wolf, of 1434 Hazelwood Ave,, became the bride of I Michael R. Owen at the Church of j Christ of Latter Day Saints on the evening of March 9. Hearing the solemn- ! fadng of their vows was Bishop James , Corrigan. , , On her wedding day. the lovely] daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert j Wolf was attired in a ballerina length gown of white taffeta and organza with iaoe inserts. A pearl crown held her fingertip veil. A white orchid nested in itephanotis comprised her bouquet. Attending her as matron or honor was Mrs. Gerald Nicoll, her slgter, wearing aqua linen and organza. Standing beside the bridegroom was Marie A, Miller, his cousin. Solos were presented by Linda Turman, accompanied by David Turman, ringing *1 Love You Truly” and “If I ■Could Tefl You.” The new Mrs. Owen is a graduate of Franklin High. Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Owen, 4834 Baltimore St., is now serving with the Unit...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
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