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, • + Subtle beams divide areas of living room [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
, • + Subtle beams divide areas of living room Architects are utilising subtle details In home building design to create dividers In open area homes to separate one use area from another. One of the most interesting uses of this technique has been developed by William Fletcher, an architect who us*« the exposed post and beam timbers to divide a long living room so that the dining room is subtly separated from the living room end. Fletcher has designed the post and beams so that they protrude a few inches into the room, as upright posts and he has also exposed the beam across the celling about two inches. In this delicate way he has given the dining room end of the living area a definitive boundary. One thing Fletcher does with his exposed wood members is to make sure they are finished as attractively as possible. He generally uses either west coast hemlock or Douglas fir beams, generally about six inches wide, and he finishes them naturally with a clear plastic or varnish to retain ...
Cedar wall looks like huge picture [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Cedar wall looks like huge picture New ideas in waff effects are being developed by western architects. In one Portland, Oregon home an architect haa come up with a wall which looks like a framed picture. The waU paneling, in this case four-inch-wide tongue-and-groove cedar, was installed horizontally on the wall and set out the thickness of a board from the plaster wall behind. The paneled section was beautifully squared and trimmed so that a section of the plaster formed a border aroUnd it to create the illusion of a trained picture of full wall dimensions. Not only does this give dimension and depth to a wall, but it adds a bit of charm a&gt;d becomes a constant conversation piece.
Tea House [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Tea House A tiny and elegant rest area in a yard can be built of 2x4 and 2x2 Inch Douglas fir lumber. A platform of 2x4s set oss 2x4 framework will support a lacy wall of 2x2* spaced six inches apart which in turn will support a simple shads root.
Fragrant thought for Mother's Day; a live, flowering, enduring rose bush [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Fragrant thought for Mother's Day; a live, flowering, enduring rose bush 'i ' Giving mother rose* on her day may not be a new Idea, bat presenting her with a fragrant bouquet on a living rose plant is a novel and a great gift idea. It surely will prove a more lasting and treasured remembrance. * Mom win not only appreciate T * r **' ■ her favorite ram and color on this special occasion, but she'll enjoy cutting her own bouquets for many years after the plant is transferred to the garden. Local nurseries have “potted up" most of the rose favorites and have them growing and ready for gift-giving. Many of the plants will be displaying their best finery of flower and foliage. Roses are forever a favorite with the ladies young or old. Vibrant reds, delicate pinks and cheerful whites are their color preferences. Which ones will Impress mother most? Only a top, prizewinning variety will do on her special day. Nurseries will be featuring the year’s top choices, the 1964 AIl-Americs Roses Gr...
Geranium Show May 9, 10 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Geranium Show May 9, 10 The annual Geranium Show for 1964. “Pelargoniums on Parade,” will be presented May 9 and 10 at Los Angeles County Arboretum, 500 N. Baldwin Ave. Arcadia, by the Southwest branch of the International Geranium Society. I &gt; The thow feature* flower arrange menu, rare specie*, latest introductions, old - fashioned scented varieties and seedling*. There will also be a plant table where visitors may obtain specimens of the geranium* on display.
GARDENER'S CHECKLIST [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
GARDENER'S CHECKLIST 1. For quick color accents, now Is the time to consider bedding plants; dwarf dahlias, marigolds, zinnias, asters, petunias, stocks, snapdragons and ageratura. 2. Soon on the scone, if not already, are roses In bloom In cans. Now Is the time to select the varieties suited to your garden. Your local nursery has a wide selection, ren- dy for transplanting. S. for your camellias match with two or three inches of leaf mold or poet moss. This Insures that the ground will remain cool and moist daring wanner summer days.
Plentiful [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Plentiful Wood is so plentiful, so widely and commonly used, that it Is taken for granted, whlcbU prompts one wood expert to| proclaim that If it could be dts- 1 covered tomorrow It would be a tremendous success as a home building material '
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Legal Notices CWT-F^WISIUiM. FICTITIOUS NAME ’ The undersigned does certy they are cendiKMln* » buebiee* at 5044 u ?,V n * t , on Drlr «- Lo» Angeles it. California, under the fictitious firm name of Argentina Upholstery Co., and that said firm Is composed of the following per““irt. whose nams(s) In full and PayC) of residence ere as foillJ? Shove named parsons reside 177 seat r * ii c2ff--- r i, California. ’ ... MARCoa rll ENhrQtrß chahca VeXl/1 sWz™ .JCZ Angeles AL Bu.te J of J County; On April 11. 19(4. before me, a Notary public In and for said State, personally appeared Uarcos Enrique Charca, Alfredo Hvedas and Juan J. Nutkowles. known to to be “ I person(s) whose übscrlbed to the name(s) are „ within Instrument and acknowledged they executed the same. MILDBED QUINN. Notan Notary Public. My Commission Expires Jung 10, Pubt Apr. is. Mag T. 14. U, IMi (Seal)
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
EL SERENO DIRECTORY • APPLIANCES STAN'S APPLIANCE REPAIR • AUTOMATIC WASHER AND WRINGER REPAIR • All MAKES AND MODELS • SALES All Work Ouoranlaad 5041 HUNTINGTON DR. CA. 1-7872 221-6171 • BEAUTY PARLORS Pham CA. MMS EMERY PARK BEAUTY Horn af 5385 POPLAR BLVD. Lm Angolas, Calif. • CARPENTER Cawplafa Cab In at Walk Camplata lulldlnf, Raandalkiß ar Rapali Jabs «Kb Exacting WaHnanmAlp L K. FANCHER CALL CA. VWI • Elactricol Cowlwntow Elactric Contractor LLOYD U m! M GREBI RasldanlM - Industrial Ramodallnf - jap airing CU. 3-3515 • FLORISTS Hand A—agaaunts Par bay Oaaailaa PAULSON'S SLOWER SHOP “Wa DalNar Anywhata" Dal and Orval Paulson 4100 HUNTINGTON DRIVE 24 hr. Pbana Sarvtca PHONE CA. WW SWEEPER SHOP ALL MAKES OF VACUUM CLEANUPS • REPAIRS • PARTS • SALK COMVUTI OVBHAUI 4.95 REMfIIT MACHINES 14.95 and up 5065 Huntington Dr. N n 225-0375 For Classified Ads Call 254-5177
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Argentina Upholstering Co. • FURNITURE REMODELING • RE-UPHOLSTERING • HEADBOARDS • SALES 5044 S. HUNTINGTON ML 331-0175 DRAPERIES CLEANED, PREEIEO AND DECORATOR POLOK&gt; Only 1.25 Par Pan*) Op*n 7 A.M. I* 6:30 ME. BB CLEANERS 3335 N. EASTERN CA. 5-7067 • PLUMRING El Sorano Plumbing CONTRACTINO, MW, WATER HIATUS. POWER SEWER CLIAMNO Call CA. 1-Roso— Sham CA. 2»32RE RmMoii—- • PHARMACY Bors DRUG MART Whoro Pharmacy U A Profession 3329 N. EASTERN CA. 2-2362 WEEK DAYS «i3O A.M.-E:3O ME. SATURDAY «&gt;3O AM-7too ME. • ROOFING COAST ROOF CO. Mi RppriwE hiiinW FREE INSPICTION Thh N Bpplhß Mly I «i AU WOK OUABANTKD 4141 u__4 Pi 14451 M
Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Tate tbo tambla oat of IWTirtafo to think « potr boot* • full — Be modern vv/^h MOEM ANDREWS PIUMSINO JJ*l PORAI MW. CA. I.IIM # iiffrtwr THRIFT LUMBER CO. W( HA VI A COMfin um 0r... Merchandise Screens 5 Screen Pew Hyweedt Oil to Ten# MW 5531 . CA. J-MIA CA. SJ'IW | THRIFT LUHBEP CO. ’ 1 .. * h 9 TBUMTS CONTROL joe pmwon TRMITI CONTROL CA. 1-3377 1700 UW • TKAHH WWTAII RENTAL • Traitors • Trucks • Tools ewers TUCKS 4732 SOOffl HUNTIN6IOM DRIVE CA. 5-4437
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
4 j.,;',’ ~', . , tI „J, * jv . V, 'V r *" ■ q ’■ ’■&lt;'% ' \ '■’ F’ 1 . « M '■ fill ff«j % _ -„• , K . . -■.. „ , v ,»•.. .• • • , * ».•■■■ -r ' ' Happiness.... IS KNOWING SHE'S LOVEDI Of cowrie, she's happy, tee, when she's expressing her love in any ef the countless ways that impose their demands on her, just because she’s a mother. But she's happiest when she (mows she's loved . . . when she hears a “thank you” for any ef the small deeds that we take so much for granted. A special sparkle comes to her eyes when she basks in the unexpected appreciation ef her children ... a special glow comes to her cheeks when she accepts the roses from her husband, after she wo* so sure that he'd forget. Happiness, for her, is when her child comes to her fo comfort a hurt, because she knows then, that she's loved and needed. Happiness is when her man opens the door—when he tends her chair when he touches her hand when he does any of the familiar things that strum the chords ef memory e...
Festival of Christian Home celebrated at Presbyterian [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Festival of Christian Home celebrated at Presbyterian Mother's Day U considered "The Festival ol the Christian Home” in the Presbyterian Church. Motherhood and the Home will be stressed in a sermon by the Rev. Ralph E. Vandersalt at the El Sereno Com T munity Presbyterian Church, 3606 Portola Ave., Sunday, May 10, at the 11 a.m. service. "Only a pot of Oil" will be the sermon title taken from the scriptural story of Elisha and the widow In II Kings 4:1-7. The chancel choir will render ■n appropriate anthem and the organist Mrs. Rita Smith will play for the prelude, offertory, and postlude. The sacrament of Baptism for Infants is hlsp being planned. In the evening the college and career youth groups will meet to study the organization of Presbytery and Synod and the Senior High Fellowship will visit the Alhambra Presbyterian Youth Service. Their Sunday morning class topic is “Christians Bear the Cross” from Ephesians 2:11-3:13 with Bernard Silva as instructor for the day. On Saturday...
'Good mothers, Godly mothers' compared in Sunday sermon [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
'Good mothers, Godly mothers' compared in Sunday sermon Pastor Noble LaVelle’s Mother’s Day theme and text in the Highland Park Community Church of God Sunday, 11 am. be, “Good Mothers and Godly Mothers,’* from II Timothy 1:1-5 and 3:14-15. He says, “Mothers may be good women, and render all the fine qualities of a loving parent to their children and yet may not be mothers, who will or can impart a faith in God that will carry her child through difficult situations of life and make him or her .a contribution to their fellowmeh.” “Good mothers are wonderful, and we praise them, but a great need exists today for Godly mothers who can Impart S knowledge of the Bible, a faith in God and a moral character that Will be of eternal blessing to the children themselves and a benefit to the world. Good mothers may look out for all the physical needs of the children and even provide the parental love the child needs and still not give the child the greatest need of its life, a sustaining faith ...
World pulpit guests at Foursquare [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
World pulpit guests at Foursquare The Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Mclntosh, world travelers and missionary evangelists, will be the pulpit guests at the 10:45 a.m. worship service of the El Sereno Foursquare Church this Sunday, announces the Rev. Weldon Mlckel, pastor. They have recently returned frq«M a jjwr’s stay In Australia and am - well informed on cur* rent world problems, ft Sunday .school begins at 9:45 a.m.,’" under the direction of Mf*. fJ&amp;gi Cottrell, director of ChrMfon education. Rev. Mlckel will speak on the to Pentacost,” At the morning service, gifts wilj. be ghfen to the oldest mother, youngest mother and the mother with largest number of Children present In honor of Mother’s Day.
Dedication of tots set [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Dedication of tots set Some 25 future members win be honored next Sunday morning at the Hermon Free Methodist Church. During the 10:50 a.m. worship service the cradle roll members, (birth to three years of age), will be brought to the altar and there presented with a long stemmed rose in recognition of their importance to the church.
Gospel Quartet to entertain at Calvary [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Gospel Quartet to entertain at Calvary The Katter Family, four young people In their twenties and one still a teen-ager, whose singing as a gospel quartet has been greatly appreciated by many here in Southern California, will be appearing at Calvary Chapel Assembly of God, Poplar Blvd. near S. Huntington Dr. at 7 p.m. Sunday, May 10. They will be joined by their parents. Pastor and Mrs. Wilson Katter, of Minneapolis, Minn,, who are on vacation. Rev. Katter will speak. Interspersed with their songs will be testimonies by the Katter young people of the blessings and value of a Christian home. Pastor Warren Berwick invites all to attend this service.