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Silver tea planned by Library Friends [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Silver tea planned by Library Friends A silver tea for the benefit of Eagle Rock branch Friends of the library will be served on Saturday, May 9 from 2-6 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Raslie Amerman, 5148 Argus Dr. Featured will be a book display by Miss Beulah Fitz, local librarian. A Harper Encyclopedia of Science was made possible as members and friends participated In a recent theatre party, with Mrs. Bessie Krupar, ways and means chairman, in charge. Book offerings are always appreciated by the group. A plate bearing the name of the donor is placed in each book. Memorial donations will bear the name of the person whose memory is being honored. Membership application blanks may be obtained at the library or from Mrs. Cart D. Easier, 5021 Argus Dr. Call CL 5-0633. Cost of membership is $1 for adults and 25 cents for juniors. Officers of the group include Min Frances Bailey, president; Mrs. Fred Sinclair, vice president; Mrs. Eugene Karnes, treasurer; Mrs. Carl D. Easier, recording sec...
Mothers Day tea served by girls at All Saints [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Mothers Day tea served by girls at All Saints MddimU MUM THOMPSON, SOOTY MIMML 44111 All Saints Church held a Mother’s Day tea last Friday at All Saints Parish Hall. Special guests were Fathers Peter Conroy and Donald Potthoff; Sisters Macrina, Hem’, Marie Brian and Carlotta; Mrs. Betty Powell and Mrs. Ann McAdam and her daughters, Sandy and Julie. Lovely flower centerpieces decorated each table and the Mother’s Day gift each scout made for her mother served as place cards. Each troop gave entertainment and the leaders presented awards and pins to the scouts. Many mothers received special gifts. A plant for the Sisters of All Saints, given by the girls, was accepted fay Sister Macrina. Highlight of the evening was a Juliette Lew statuette given by the leaders to Mrs. Ann McAdam, El Sereno Girl Scout Neighborhead Chairman. Refreshments were prepared by the Cadet tee and each Girl Scout served her own mother. Troop leaders are: 333, Betty Brouwers; 45, Ray Malattia. Evelyn Yemeni and ...
Junior proxy entertains her board [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Junior proxy entertains her board A dinner-board meeting of the Junior Women of the 20th Century Club of Eagle Rock was held at the home of the new president Mrs. Bryant Noakee; past board members were guests and incoming board members served as hostesses. The recent Verdugo-Metro-politan District C.F.W.C. annual convention »u disco*ssd. The awards won by the Juniors were, the Josephine Seamln trophy, awarded to Mrs. William Sells, past coordinator, first pises in convention attendance; second plan in education, third place in district attendance. Mrs. Richard Baker, press chairman. won an honorable mention. Mrs. Bryant Noekes, chairman or the womsn’a committee, for the Northeast 7MCA New Building fund Campaign, enlisted the aid of an Juniors to servo In this
Membership tea set for Republicans [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Membership tea set for Republicans The annua] membership tea, honoring new and old members of the Eagle Rock Republican Women, will be held at 1 p.m. on May 11 at Twentieth Century Clubhouse, corner of Hermosa and Colorado Blvd. Members are urged to bring special guests and introduce them to the Republican Women’s program. Mrs. Ruth Hare, president, announces that guest speaker will be Mrs. Cedi Kenyon, vice president at the National Federation of Republican Women. Mrs. Kenyon has been active in many areas of community service in Southern California. She has wen numerous citations and awards for her war work, dvic work and for her service to the G.OJ*. in many capacities. Mrs. Kenyon serves currently on the Board of Southern Division of the California Federation and on the Goldwater delegation for the June 3 primaries. "She also happens to be one of the most entertaining as well as informative speakers with her senes of humor fast becoming a legend.” Mrs. Ruth Clark, chairman of the...
I want a dress just like the dress of Mom's [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
I want a dress just like the dress of Mom's "Come dressed as mother used to dress.” That’s the advice given members of Lincoln Heights Senior Citizens when they meet tomorrow at 11 am. Coffee will be served at noon. Bring a sandwich. The “Mother* Day” parade will follow. A report on the Region I meeting at the Philharmonic will be given. Many trips are planned far vacation time, including a visit to rest hemes on MothThe “Mother’s Day” parade further information pleat# can Olive Hassling at CA 37989.
Jobs Daughters to dance [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Jobs Daughters to dance Bethel 10t of the International Order of Jobe Daughters met last Friday with Mery Craig, honored queen, presiding. Hostesses of the evening wen Christine Ghiotto, Sharon Muro. Eileen Collin and their mothers. On Friday, May S. the annual May dance will be held for Job’s Daughters of BethM 103 and their dates at the Felice Academy- Co-chairman for the evening win be Billie Faina and Ellen ScbieM. The Vara Tones win provide the The following Saturday the girls win serve a luncheon honoring their mothers at the heme of Mrs. R. Studers. Patty Hinojosa, choir president and the Bethel Choir will be in charge. FarmdaU PTA Farmdale PTA had a successful cookie drive April 34 to 30. A total number of 1,200 bom l|f cookies wars sold during the drive.
Af Sacred Heart Church Couple wed at high noon [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Af Sacred Heart Church Couple wed at high noon Some 300 guests gathered at Sacred Heart Church at high noon on April 18 to witness the exchange of wedding vows between Miss Georganne Victoria Delahunty apd Frederick Peter Calagna. Officiating at their vows was the Rev. Father Michael Gormally, pastor of St. Patrick’s in North Hollywood. The bride, lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Delahunty of 2238 Workman St., was gowned in white silk organza with panels of Chantilly lace and a bodice embellished with iridescent sequins. A bow at the waist held her full chapel train. Her elbow length illusion veil fell from a high crown of pearls with teardrop crystal beads. Attending her as maid of honor was Miss Dodie Martinez, followed by the bridesmaids Sharon Carson and Charlene Mussaco, both cousins of the bride. Their gowns were of petal pink organza with bell shaped skirts in a deeper shade of pink. They wore matching picture hats with short veils. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs...
Council proxies travel to convention [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Council proxies travel to convention By Oecella Blfby The nnilee on the facet of the local unit presidents elect of Highland* Council, were the result of answers to their many questions when they gathered at the home of Mrs, Edward Mlgues, president* elect of Highlands, on April 20 for the pre-convention meeting and luncheon at the home of Mrs. Mlgues of Dahlia Heights. Instructions ranged from spadework through footwork, seatwork, to needlework. Aye, not only did they find out that they would embark on the train the morning. of Tuesday, but they got tips from veterans as to how many and what kind of clothes and luggage. Also given to them were schedules of meetings and workshops to be attended. The needlework? That’s for the rips and tears that ensue. Of the 9000 delegates answering the call at this 69th convention of the California Congress of parents and teachers, sixteen of Tenth District’s will ball from High* |tn4g, Those attending convention are Mines. Edward Mlgues, Highland...
McNabbs feted on anniversary [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
McNabbs feted on anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Robert McNabb, 35 years residents of Highland Park, ware honored at a golden wedding reception hosted by their daughter and son in law Mr. and Mrs. Albert Traynor of Palmdale, Calif. Among the hundred guests present were another daughter Mrs. Verna Rose of Los Angeles and three grandchildren; Gayle Mueller, Ventura; Randy 'and Mike Rosa and three great grandchildren, Dean, Lynn and Paul Mueller, all at Ventura. Mrs. McNabb is a charter member of Glasaell Park Order of Eastern Star and a member of the Ladies Auxiliary Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. McNabb retired from Southern Pacific in 1960, after 40 years. He is a charter member of Glasseil Park Masonic Lodge,
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
■ , . , . . .. ■ , &gt; , / By Every Measure of NEWSPAPER EXCELLENCE, THE NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS TAKE TOP HONORS! (According to a survey Just completed by the noted Research firm, Facts Consolidated) In Circulation Penetration: i (Numbtr liww ahlhwrfn In nMm I* Hw Mai p*r«lati*n .1 93.5% THIS MEANS: that »f the fatal Northeast papulation of 68,291, 63,152 rocoivo on# of tho other Northeast Newspaper* —representing a city one-third larger than Pasadena or Glendale. Contrast this against tho LA Timas 24.9% In Comparison With Competing Media Combining the advertising readership of all other newspapers reaching into tho Northeast market, the NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS’ 55,296 advertising readership BEATS ALL OTHER MEDIA COMBINEDI In potential dollar volume this moans that $391,103,340 is spent through advertising placed in the NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS! THIS MEANS: that the NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS singly and alone at* capable of delivering Ih* full purchasing power of the big Northeast market t...
Long Beach Freeway No one wants it but the engineers [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Long Beach Freeway No one wants it but the engineers Editorials .v. ..' [j&amp;:- . ... 9 ' That no one except the State Division of Highways seams to want the Long Beach freeway extended from its present terminus at Valley Blvd. is abundantly clear today. Resolutions have been passed requesting a delay, a new study, or abandonment of the proposed routing through Pasadena, Highland Park, or EH Sereno by the Pasadena City Council, South Pasadena Planning Commission, the Chambers of Commerce of Pasadena, South Pasadena, Highland Park, and El Sereno, and by numerous citizens committees. To our knowledge, not one resolution has been passed asking “for” a freeway. Granted, there is manifest selfishness in many of these resolutions, an attitude of “don’t take my home, take his,” but there is, nevertheless, real honesty In a resolve to call the whole thing off. We think It is unbecoming of a Pasadena group to request that the freeway go through Los Angeles In its entirelty on the b...
Some Sentimental Thoughts About Mothers [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Some Sentimental Thoughts About Mothers Mothers are übiquitous, which means that nowadays they are found everywhere. There was a time when a mother’s place was In the home, but in these latter days they have broadened their base of operations. They have invaded areas formerly reserved for men, and we find them In almost every activity of commerce and industry. All job-holding women are not mothers, but most of them probably are. This figures, since many mothers need outside work to shore up the family budget Even mothers who stay at home can hardly be described as non-working. They will quickly inform you that the business of being a mother involves many pobs. These jobs are devious and exacting. The average mother Is not only chief cook and bottle washer, she is also stewardess, hostess, pediatrician, director of social relations, arbitrator, purchasing agent, expediter, and head of the complaint department. The trouble with this order of things is that each of these Jobs properly ...