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■■W O ARDE Njffi CmCheck-ust ‘ ««»»»««mm u mam [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
■■W O ARDE Njffi CmCheck-ust ‘ ««»»»««mm u mam I—Now that the danger of treat la over, plant jraur citrus and ether evergreen fruit trees such as avocados. I—for culinary delights boy your favorite cooking herbs la pets and set them out near the kitchen or barbecue area. I—Give fuchsias a generous feeding and pinch bach the new shoots for additional strength and fullness la- ter. 4 While the tote blooming rhododendrons ere still showing their colore, shop, cheeee ead plant them now. 5 Make ante that newly planted town gets a spraying eevrral times ti day if 70a want It to fc; luxuriant thia summer Regular watering la a mnsj thto mouth.
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
ft In California;!/ after a swim, beer is aMtural hot foamier dty, i dip in * cool atream can be wonderfully refreshing. Equally refreshing whenyou’re relaxing afterward! with friendi it a hearty glass of beer. There’s hardly another berwier aroqnd that sons what yon do for fan at nrach as beer, hiking, or just lounging an s lawn chair-beer brings to csehjnst the right touch erf extra good living. Tour familiar glass of beer is ate a pleasurable reminder that aw lire in stand of personal freedom-end that oor right to enjoy beer apd alia, if we so desire, it just one, but an important one, of thoaejieraonal freedoms. la California, beer goes with fun, with relaxation ASSOCIATION, WC. mm , I m USE YOUR CREDIT t CARD! Horo’s What You Got . .. «ay sau-mon., tub wed thurs. TVWM BED SET A s« CmMi «f • ONI TUFTICSS INNH- . _ SPRINS MAttRtSC &gt; i ft J^AA •agar $ #O9O • ,it houywooi&gt; . MoeNc &gt; Hl#rfbMrd ixtvt I^PWP||PPOnly I?- 00 Down—Small Monthly Payments rH...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
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Mary Motter is spring bride [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Mary Motter is spring bride Slow making their home in Ekgla Rock after a honeyrat Big Bear, Yoeemlte Monterey are Mr. and Mrs. E. Nendel Hondrick (nee Mary Jo Motter) whose wedding vows were solemnized at El Sereno Presbyterian Church on the evening of March 30. Officiating at the altar were the Rev. Ralph Vandersall and Rolla Grimm. On her wedding day, the lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Motter of 3725 Pueblo Ave., El Sereno, was gowned in white silk organza with full chapel train. A crown of pearls held her shoulder length veil and white roses comprised her bouquet. Miss Nancy E. Travis, maid of honor, was gowned in sheer light blue over taffeta and carried a bouquet of pink earnations. Gowned the same were the bridesmaids Miss Kathleen King and Miss Carol Stevens. Mrs. Clarice Rome had charge of the guest book. Candlelighters were Miss Margaret and Miss Carene Vandersall. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hondrick of Eagle Rock selected David E. DeVore as his best...
Annandale ih stork Jiower [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Annandale ih stork Jiower Skt the meeting of Annandfla School PTA executive b&amp;rd last Tuesday, school pAhcipai, Richard Johnson, tdhk the board members on a tdhr through room No. 10, nlere they viewed the beautiOßl abstract painting of the tiOil abstract painting of statist teacher George Rann. Stationing to the teachers’ ngni and the adjournment of Ufl meeting, Mrs. Charles G&amp;zales (Sonia), was very Kftprised at what greeted her. Tw table was decorated and I nys of cupcakes, each iced I Ba different color and each I iaper-pin stork” with I bon around the neck, I vealed this was her baby shower. Many re presented to the bonoree by board I Mmtf I Marietta Surlage, Winnie Do- I ran, Rosemarie Reynolds, Lor-1 rdlne Wilson, Betty Dailey I add Jo-Anne Walton who I plSnned the shower. m&gt; . . I m 1 I
£jisfern Star wall honor (arand Matron [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
£j isfern Star wall honor (arand Matron Vh» Hrai aModathm* of I Southern California Order of I Eaatam Star win Bather at I tong Beach Municipal Audi- I tdrlum on May 16, to honor I aid pay tribute to Either M I Slndman, worthy grand ma-1 trtn; William P. Wilson, wor- I tlftr grand patron and other I gitad officers of the Order. I The theme of the availing I wtß be ‘Dreams of Toraor-1 rojv.* The 1664 worthy matrons’ I di|U team will partidpata in I thi program. JThe grand officers win bo eiforted by the worthy ma- 1 trfns, who win bo serving as; honorary marshals.
a jDancer takes whirl at choreography [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
a jDancer takes whirl at choreography L Eagle Rock High's spring festival, "Music Man” to be presented to* •morrow at the school, will feature a icoed who has a tremendous professional background to her credit ! Betty Budzak, a veteran of some •95 movie and TV performances, who ;began her acting and dancing career iwhen she was just a tinty tot has Hone the entire choreography for the ln addition, she will perform a duet dance with her partner, •Ray Shrudder. ; Although Betty has been engaged 3n almost every form of dance and 3runa, this is her first whirl at choreography, and teachers who have “previewed the dhow are encouraging She personable young lady to major Jan the art g There will be two performances tomorrow's mimical; a matinee at A;3O p.m. and an evening performance at 8:30. Batty Budiak veteran of 95 professional performances
VFW Post serves breakfast [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
VFW Post serves breakfast Occidental Post and Auxiliary 2282 of Veterans of Foreign Wars invited the community to a breakfast served from fl a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at 6401 Ruby St this Sunday, May 17. , The Post and Auxiliary recently installed its new crew of officer* with Lee Huber. Seventh District past president installing the auxiliary and Anthony it Nagy, seating / the Post officers. Taking office for the ladies were: Ethel Simas, president; Marie Harden, senior vice president; Dorothy Boyce, Junior vice president; Bessie Smith, chaplain; Edna Nagy, treasurer; Lucille Coffey, conductress; Bessie Each, guard; Mabel McMahan, patriotic instructress; Florence McMeekln, secretary; Velma Farney, assistant secretary. Poet officers ' Seated in the joint installation Were: Fred w. Haines, post commander; Bob Boyce, vice commander; Richard Dow, junior vice commander; Elmore Stout, chaplain; Anthony Nagy, quartermaster; Joe Sednack, Post advocate; Leon Hatfield, Post surgeon and Cameron E...
Jobies meet I Dick Dale I on tour [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Jobies meet I Dick Dale I on tour Job 1 * Daughters of Eagle Rock Bethal No. 43 toured! Capitol Records on April 23.1 The girls were shown through the building and were given an excellent demonstration of stereo. Cohns were served aft- j erwards end each girl received a free Beetle record. Highlight Was when the j girls had e surprise meeting with Dick Dale, who autographed their records. The Bethel Council put on a spaghetti dinner prior to the Friday night .meeting on May 6. Honored Queen Becky Babcock, president at her last night meeting of her term. Miss Jill Hogan was initiated into the Bethel and Miss Karen Lennert served as a courtesy Candidate. Through an apple sale and a donation from the Mothers' Club thel Bethel was able to purchase a new satin altar cloth. Janice Ostrander headed a car wash on Stay 9 In the parking lot of Eagle Rock Presbyterisw-owfch.-';
'War on Poverty* [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
'War on Poverty* A speaker for the California League of Senior Citizens I will detail George McClain’s program for the war against poverty at a meeting of the group this afternoon at 1 at the Highland Park Pool Building, Avenue 01 and N. I Figueroa. • The public is invited. Ad-1 mission la free.
Something for gardeners, gourmets and gadabouts [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Something for gardeners, gourmets and gadabouts Joe Littlefield will ba on ufcd May 21,10 am tor Seci&lt;Jh day at the Woman'* twentieth Century Club of :Cdf!e Rock. One of Southand'* popular garden lectur-T-oonsultants, Littlefield, ha* levoted the past.3B year* in wiping tbe amateur garden&gt;ra,by lecture*, radio and TV. •M DUB a* writing column* in ij inaainpiri Rla Mlk Win he accom- panied by ilidas, "Year Round Color with Shrub*," hi* nib* Ject Will appeal to those who prefer to take the easy way out in gardening and ittU have blooms all year. The Nathan J. Neilson* will present "The Road to Petra” which feature* picture* taken in Hawaii, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong,' Thailand, India, Egypt and the Holy T «*- -—4 «W %TIH i pmiup. xnr. ana nrs, nfiuon have gathered recording* and aound effect* frpm the variou» countries. . The afternoon ipeaker, Shirley Cytron, ha* a realflare tar food*. Her trick* with fruit*, such as pineapples and garden vegetables, such a* squa...
On Goldin anniversary Fete Ebell member [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
On Goldin anniversary Fete Ebell member MddimU NELOA THOMPSON, SOCIETY KHTOft—CL 44111 The fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mrs. Wilber was celebrated by members of Highland Pari EbeU Club last week. The dub’s past presidents presented Mrs. Wllbe with a corsage of three white, golden-throated orchid and a golden tea pot with matching cake plate. Centerpiece was a large white wedding cake specially decorated for the occasion. Among the guests were long time friends of Mi and Mrs. Wilber; Mrs. Robert Allen and Mrs. Gu Otto. Hostesses were Doris Edmunds and Betty Cook helping in the preparations were Lela Priebe and Bar Kara Wilber.
Poets discuss convention [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Poets discuss convention Poeto of the Highland* Chapter of the California Federation of Chaparral Poets met recently at the homo of their social chairman Myrtle Ritter, 4930 Elred. Discussion centered on the annual convention of tile C.F.CP. being held at the Biltmore Hotel this month. President Lenore McLaughlin Link passed printed copies of the history of the Chaparrals and the poets took turns reading it aloud. Naomi Dallas conducted the study period on the difference between poetry and verse. Study of one line poems was continued from last meeting and Mrs. link offered her poem “Love la a hummingbird aearching the heart of a rose. 1 ' A ballad by Florence Jones entitled “Communication” was read and criticised. Myrtle Ritter read her vlllanellc "A Morning Hymn” and Margaret L. Youngblood, a thought-provoking poem written by R. E. Cox,, retired minister of Greenvill, Mississippi, sent by her sister-in-law Mrs. Fred Dawson, entitled "Oud Duty is to Obey.” She also mad her own poem ...