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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
T r. ■ n l i r i I r- r M'J: *** NSW FEATURES NEW DEPARTMENTS! HERE'S HOW TO REACH OUR GRAND ■ &gt; V; ■■ NEW STORE! 11l VlffA »T MONTI □ &gt; |t lb lO* m w"* »A RE-MODELING IS COMPLETED at AVE. 56 and MONTE VISTA i» HIGHLAND PARK! VISIT OUR California I • &gt; h \*'J. PRESCRIPTIONS s 2 DONUT SHOP iQI'-se COMf INTO OUR BRIGHT NEW PHARMACY AND GET YOUR -4 GIFT NO OBLIGATION! Our Pharmacist will be happy to meet you. Prescriptions are quickly and efficiently filled just as your Doctor orders at LOW, LOW PRICES! Remember we cheerfully fill State Aid Prescriptions. PHARMACY HOURS: MON. thru SAT. 10:30 am. to 7 p.m. CLOSED SUNDAY And You Gif BLUE CHIP STAMPS Too! We hove a unique display featuring over 80 different varieties including such famous pastry-type donuts as: APPLE BETTY. DATE-&amp;NUT BARS BUTTERMILK BON-BONS. CINNAMON NUT CLUSTERS, ate. Outside Attest "Serving Window" Daily 3 Sunday - 6 AM. to 10 PM SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO PARTY ORDERS! id p...
New leaders installed / [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
New leaders installed / S*af*d in fhnir new offices lost Wednesday at the Huntington Sheraton Hotel was this personable quartette of clubwomen. Mrs. Hugo Nielsen of El Sereno (left) takes over the gavel as president of the California Federation of Women's Clubs, San Gabriel District. Assisting her will be (from left) Mrs. C. W. Cetterell, first vice president; Mrs. George Bodser, second vice president and Mrs. William Cooper, third vice president.
Friday Morning Club member named CFWC district president [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Friday Morning Club member named CFWC district president Hie eighth annual convention of the San Gabriel Valley District of Women's Clubs was held April 22-23 at the Hotel Huntington Sheraton, Pasadena, where Mrs. Hugo Nielsen of the Friday Morning Club was seated at president Outstanding speakers of the California Federation of Women’* Club* highlighted the thro* day event Among those attending were Mrs. Frederic W. Spencer, CFWC president and Mrs, Edwin F. Bryant first vice president At the election of officers on April 22 the following members were ciacted: Mrs. Hugo Nielsen, preridtnt; Mrs. C M. Cottrell, vice president; Mrs. George Bodzer, second vico president; Mrs. E. William Cooper, third vice president; Mrs. William Matthews, recording secretary; Mrs. Norris Read, treasurer; and Mrs. Royal Wilke, auditor. The convention closed on Thursday following the award breakfast where 144 honors were distributed to clubs winning in many fields. The Azusa Woman's Club waa top winner wi...
New members welcomed [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
New members welcomed New members, Mrs. H. E. Youngs and Mrs. Clarence Heissel will be honored at the May 1 meeting of the El Sereno Friday Morning Club held in the El Sereno Recreation Center at 10 ajn. Highlights of the San Gabriel Valley District convention held last week in Pasadena and the Cali-f.ors£-.?tat? Conventi °n dosing today (Thursday, April 30), In Los Angeles will be reported by the dub delegates Attending. The El Sereno Friday Morning Club won awards In crafts, education, mental health, scholarship and foundation fund on the District level. Woodrow Wilson High School music department will present the program. The business session will be presided over by Mrs. Robert E. Mater, president Luncheon hostesses are Mrs. Edward Duda, Mrs. William Duncan. Jr. and Ralph Carlisle. The decorations of cherubs and yellow roses will be a duplication of the installation banquet at the Huntington Sheraton Hotel for Mrs. Hugo Nielsen, a member of the dub who will be president of the Sa...
Maytime means busy days [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Maytime means busy days Senior Citizens Next Tuesday li the day Highland aPrk Senior Citizens have been anticipating for an entire year. A group from the local elub will be talcing off for Europe promptly at 9 an. The airport bus will leave from the pool building, and many happy Europe-bound Seniors will be off and travel* ingt There will be fun for the stay at homes too, with many excursions being planned, first of which is a trip to the Ice Capades on Saturday. The boa leavea the pool building at 3 PJB. 0-0-0 Onoonta DAR Mrs. E. Ord Slater of 1509 Chelton Way, South Pasadena, assisted by Mrs. Rex Barnett and Mrs. Edward B. Hufaley, win be hostesses to Onaonta Paris Chapter, DAR, Monday, May 4 for a 12:30 luncheon and afternoon program. Mrs. William W. Wood, ro- gent, will- preside. Mrs. J. Frederick Haines of Pasadena was the chapter delegate to the 73rd Continental Congress scheduled in Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C. Hie afternoon apeaker la Mrs. Virginia Zebold, whose topic...
Choralaires to present May concert [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Choralaires to present May concert The Choralaires of the San Gabriel Valley will present their 16th spring concert on Sunday, May 3 at 3 pjn. in the William Northrop School Auditorium, 409 S. Atlantic Blvd., Alhambra. Mauritz AdoUtton, baritone, who has sung In many British and Scandinavian dtios, will be one of the featured guest artists. Fifteen-year-old Geoffrey IX Menu, pianist, a sophomore at South Pasadena High School, will ploy Liszt’s Etude in D flat, "Un Sopiro." Under the direction of William Pritchard, tbs Cbaralaires will present a program of sacred and secular numbers. The public is invited.
FASHION CLINIC A 'Flair* for Bowling [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
FASHION CLINIC A 'Flair* for Bowling M J* M » mdimli WM THOMPSON, SOOffY HHTOB-CL 4-5111 By Miss Gregory of Hollywood This week I would like to write about Judy Nlshida... attractive, petite and surprisingly athletic. Judy is a beautician and _has her own beauty shop. She enjoys a lot of energy because she lives a creative and active life. Recently Judy came to my Fashion Sewing Clinic to leam to sew right It appeared that she found it difficult to find garments to fit her 4-foot-10 Inch height and 34K-25K-36H measurements. Though short she is beautifully proportioned. Not having a human figure of her stature In our gallery of bodies we advised Judy to have a dress form made. Following the completion of her figure, basics were made and she proceeded to make •heaths, skirts and blouses. The otter day she said she was In great need of a smart ensemble that she Could wear bowling. She wanted a skirt that fitted well around her hipline but she needed a slight flare to give room for acti...
Lunch benefits child welfare [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Lunch benefits child welfare Highland Parle American legion reports that its child welfare card party was an overwhelming success. Ann Campbell, welfare chairman for the group, extends her gratitude to the markets who donated merchandise orders for the luncheon and others who gave their assistance. All proceeds went to help needy children.
Mother-daughter banquet [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Mother-daughter banquet A mother-daughter banquet, sponsored annually by The Woman's Mission Society of The Highland Paris Baptist Church, win be held tomorrow evening In the Social HaU of the duirch, Monte Vista and N. Avg 59 The Magic Circle, with Mrs. H. M. Zachary, as chairman, la In charge of the program. Hie Chela wiU present a skit: “My Square Lady.” Special music will be by a girls’ trio from tha Los Angeles Pacific College. Forming the trio are Misses Diane Garrison, Beverly Jo Gibbons and Cherry Geissler. Mrs. Burke E. Bodwell Is president of the society. For meritorious service Highland Pork Senior Citizens came up for their fair there of glory when they received citations from the March of Dimes for their help In recent campaign*, leceiving the honors were Mines. Eileen Sanborn, Sophie Angel (her* was a 10 year pin); Mildred Angel, Helen Foss, Lillian Morris and J. Large, field representative for the March of Dimes.
Carol Allmon is spring bride [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Carol Allmon is spring bride Eagle Rock’s Community Covenant Church was banked with white mums and tinted orchids for the picturesque wedding rites that united Miss Carol Allmon and Chuck Risell on the evening of March 21. Officiating at the altar was the Rev. Lloyd Tomell. On her wedding day the lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allmon of 4499 Yosemlte Way, was gowned in full length white taffeta and Chantilly lace with a fitted bodice and lace sleeves. Its tiered bouffant back flared into a full chapel train. A crown of lace and pearls held her imported French illusion veil. Attending her as maid Of honor was Miss Carol Weaver, followed by bridesmaids Misses Sharron Alabaster, Dawn Magee and Leeann Bachelor. Aqua Taffeta They were gowned alike In aqua taffeta with lace hats and carried crescent bouquets of orchids, mums and lace. Little Marcl Farrington served as flower girl and Alan Steele as ring bearer. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Risell of Turlock, Calif., ch...
Pair at home in Glendale [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Pair at home in Glendale Now making their home in Glendale are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lynn DeWltt ( nee Rose Ann Eaves) whose wed- ding vows were solemnized recently at the First Lutheran Church of Glendale. Presiding at the altar was the Rev. Karl B. Knisely. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Myers, was gowned In full length white Chantilly lace. Her fingertip veil was held by a crown of pearls and white carnations, orchids, ivy and fem comprised her bouquet. Attending her maid of honor was Miss Dorothy Brinkman, gowned -lri red satin sheath and carrying a presentation bouquet of red and white carnations. Gawhed the same were the bridesmaids Miss Judy Dennis, Miss Judy Dexter and Mrs. Dorothy De Vahn. Little Miss JuUa DeWltt was the flower tUhl' £ For her daughter’s wedding the mother of the bride •elected a white brocade sheath and the bridegroom’s mother was attired iqpmint green chiffon. The bridegroom,' son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar De Witt, chose his brother, Frederick DeWitt ...
Spanish War auxiliary meets Tues. [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Spanish War auxiliary meets Tues. Captain John D. Fredericks Camp No, 117 and Auxiliary No. 93, United Spanish War Veterand, will meet Tueaday, May 5, at 1 pun. at Knights Of Pythias Hall, 6401 Ruby SL Refreshments will ha served at noon preceding the meeting. All visiting members are invited. The 61st Department Encampment of the United Spanish War Veterans will be held in San Diego May 10-13 inclusive. Headquarters will be at the U.S. Grant HotaL Delegates from the Camp are Commander William Comerford, Warren P, Hilt and Edward F. Acres. Those attending from the Auxiliary will be President Cora C. Pletz, Roe# Warner, Lorraine Bousky, Ethel Smith, Anna Roddy and Maria Hilt
OES discusses Public School Week plans [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
OES discusses Public School Week plans "Public Schools Week’’ was the theme featured by la Seram Easter Star 430 on Members Night Presiding were Vera Schreffler, peat matron and Melvin Merritt past patron, who presided in the East for opening and closing. Helen Denton, s—tty am* tron and William Smith, worthy patron presided for the A 50-year-pin was presented to Katherine Highby, Bonnie Bock and Lillian Holgren. Thirty-five members received their 25-year pins and a gift from the Worthy Matron and Patron. Ruth Snell and Lana Volin were chairmen for the evening.
May dances for youngsters at Albion Street [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
May dances for youngsters at Albion Street “Rhapeody to Rhythm 1 * an annual program of spring dance* will be p recanted by the children of Albion Elementary School beginning at 10:30 un. tomorrow at the school at 322 S. Ave. IS. Danoaa are part of the rhythm and dancing phase of the children’* regular physical education and Ooetumaa have haan created by the youngstars themselves. Committee in charge includes Miss Blanche Bollinger, chairman; Walter Mclntosh, Virginia Mew, Mrs. Nidra Reed and Mrs. Bessie Taylor. They were assisted by Mrs. Joel* Bain, principal, and Herihsl Whit*, vice principal. Th# snmmunity is Invited.