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~ . JTDPT|ALB AgEAS* . [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
~ . JTDPT|ALB AgEAS* . Mr. and Mr*. W. C Killeen, 3427 Winchester Ave., announce the engagement of their d«ughter, Karan, to Robert Hoffman, a native of Washington, new serving with the United Stater Marine* at Camp Pendleton. Miss Killeen was graduated from Wilson High and Is a member of Jobs Daughters .103.. .. .. -KU.::
Have any papers, rags? [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Have any papers, rags? A paper and rag drive at St Barnards School, corner of Verdugo Road and Ave. 33 Is set for Thursday and Friday, May 14-15. Please bring papers on Thursday from I to 0 p.m. and on, Friday morning before ». . -. Newspapers, magazines and clean rap are included in tfiia drive. ■.'' ....
Friendship Festival sponsored by IDS [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Friendship Festival sponsored by IDS Women of all faiths are invited by Mrs. Ralph C. Bea], of Eagle Rock, president of the Glendale Stake Relief Society, to attend two Friendship Festivals'at the Glendale Stake Center, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1130 E. WHson, Glendale.: : The festivals are scheduled for May 21 at t:3O p.in. and May 22 at 1 p.m. This Is the third annual presentation ot the Friendship Festival. Members of the Relief Society of Highland Farit and Garvanza Wards _of the Church, .in addition- to displaying qniits of their own making, are preparing - watt plaques. Jewelry, handsomely decorated burlap .tote bags, and other interesting handicraft to exhibit. A dramatization ef- some of the projects carried out by the women of the Relief Society In the early years of the Mormon Church will be presented by' Mrs. Loyal; L. Frandsen, stake educational counselor and other board members. , Tv The Singing Mothers, under the direction of Mrs. Stan McGuire will a...
Voorhies' daughters entertain [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Voorhies' daughters entertain Ten-year-old Valerie and 12-ypar-old Cheryl Voorhies, daughters of the noted pianist Earl Voorhies, will perforin for Highland Park Senior Citizens on May 18. The talented little sisters presenting solos and duets,' are students at Oneonta Elementary School. The Seniors will hold their picture night tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at the Highland Park Pool Building. Their monthly dance is set for 7 p.m. May 22 the Playground clubhouse. Trips now being planned for the group include Las Vegas, Yosemite, Catalina a n d Hearst’s Castle. Another Hawaiian holiday is being slated for October., and early next year a group will leave for old Mexico.
Sequins, satin and spic« Sisterhood slates dinner < ■.. . [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Sequins, satin and spic« Sisterhood slates dinner &lt; ■.. . A •'Don*r" dinner will be served Sunday, May 17 at 5:30 p.m. at the Old Virginia Restaurant, 119 Pasadena Ave, by the 'Beth .Israel Sisterhood Mr*. David Hettrin. president, will be in chaff* SI | the meeting and Mr*. Louli ” Comlsareff , chairman, will pra**nt the program. p - Featured will be MilllaflJt Share, star of TV arid the concert stage. Co-starred SHU be Jean Kaye Fullerton and Evelyn Lindy De Wit a, Together they form ■ trio concert group known as “Sequins, satin and spice.” MlUioent (representing toquins’)b will offer a variety of classical Spanish dance* id colorful costume. bliss Fullerton (Satin) a folklore and musical comedy star- will present folklore music. Miw De lMt (Spice) bas composed and retorted many witty ballade She will add her -own voice and puckish chatter to the program. For further information please call CL 8-3633 or CL 5-5342. Mlllicent Short
Recall shipboard romance [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Recall shipboard romance Roaemarla Ciebrmnt and Maxmlllen August Odaatje of Indonesia who mat on shipboird eflrouta to Itie United Steia*. in 1963 wore married on 'jjSnjr_3.it the Chapel of the Room where the Rev. Alden Lee RDI solemnized their rttee before 80 guaete. The bride wee gowned in traditional white ’ lace over taffeta and a ehoulder length veil She carried a bouquet of white roeei find tWe given hi marriage by bar brother-liw law, Maxmlllan O. Jacobs Nolton. Her lister, L Dunk! Nolton served ai matron of honor, wearing pink rayon and carrying a bouquet at white carnations. Little. Gwendolyn Nolton, nieae of the bride, tejved'.ea flower girl . Attending the bridegroom was David Richard Ciebrant. Following a reception in the Chapel's Cryatal Room, the newlywed, left for a honey- moon tab San Francisco. They are now at home in South PiMdtnte ■ ■ ■ ' aen mwmaaw
USC Demi r speaks at roundtable [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
USC Demi r speaks at roundtable The Round Table, a tingle adult discussion group (col-tege-iaval, ages MM9) pre•ants Malcolm B. Sttartson, daan of school ef social work, U-fcft on. “Poverty In An Af* flwnt Friday, May 15, 8:15 p.m. in Pasadena. A question and discussion period will feDow the lecture, plus refreshment* and a social 1 hour. The Bound Table is a select, non-profit, tonal-cultural group Interested in an exchange of Meat and an cxploC ration of new though!? " Interested persons art cordially invited to .call Beatrice Brandin, 881-6531, for any additional Information. la
On NBC May 25 Television's Emmy battles set for National telecast ' '■ 4 ' 'V> , . • ~ [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
On NBC May 25 Television's Emmy battles set for National telecast ' '■ 4 ' 'V&gt; , . • ~ The ptnQke may be clear* Ing in the entertainment world over last month’s Motion Picture Academy Award battles, but the heat is’ far from subsiding as television’s annual Emmy Awards get into the act on a national telecast on NBC in Hollywood and New York May 25. «ii of the 126 nominations In for the 27 categories. It's ironic (or insulting?) to find that a canceled show, “East Side. West Side.” is leading all comers with eight nominations. "The Richard Boone Show,” also performing on a terminated schedule of 25 shows instead of the scheduled 39, received fiva nominations. Other leading nominees were “Bob Hope's Chrysler' Theater” with seven, and “The Dick- Van Dyke Show,” "The Defenders” and "The Danny Kaye Show” with six each. NBC programs led the network competition with 56 nominations, while CBS followed with 45 and ABC with 25. ; With NBC’s "The Tunnel” blazing the way for document...
Theater-in-the-round' on coast hosts 'My Fair Lady [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
T heater-in-the-round' on coast hosts 'My Fair Lady Broadway by the beach ~. One of the most ambitious programs to bring to the Southwest Los Angeles community a series of Broadway musicals with top stars will be realized in Santa Monica starting June 16tb. It will be the debut of the Westside Civic Light Opera Co. which has scheduled a 13-week Summer Musical Season in the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. &gt; First attraction set for the auditorium, which will be converted into a theatre-ln-the-round," will be the ever-popu-lar “My Fair Lady,” starring Edward Mulhare, the Irish actor who played the part of Prof. Henry Higgins for three years with the original Broadway company. Directing operations for the new project wlil be Concerts, Inc. Producers Lou Robin and Allen Tinkley and Associate Producer Frank Baldwin. Con- certs is a subsidiary of Nationi al General Corp. ! "Theatre-in-the-round has ■ gained great popularity ' throughout the country. Audi- ! ences find it excitin...
7 Faces of Dr. Lao' playing at Highland [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
7 Faces of Dr. Lao' playing at Highland Six-time Academy Awardwin n in * producer-director George Pal I* due for more laurels as the result of his newest Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer production, "7 Faces of Dr. Lao,” one of the most unusual and fascinating motion pictures ever made, with star Tony Randal 1 playing seven different roles. The film is currently playing at the Highland Theater with the comedy, "Advance to the Rear,” starring Glenn Ford and Stella Stevens. Set in the early West, “7 Faces of Dr. Lao” opens with Dr. Lao riding into the desert town of Abalone astride a yellow mule and with a tiny fish in a fishbowl tied to the saddle. Take a good look at this little fish because it will scare the daylights out of you before the picture is over. The Chinese has eome to town to announce the opening of the Circus of Dr. Lae. This entertainment, which proves to be not only is one-ring circus but a one-man company, takes I place as scheduled but not before Dr. Lao has turned the town ups...
Local skateland to hold grand opening May 30 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Local skateland to hold grand opening May 30 E Moms, dads and kids ~. . i Hen’s your chance to enjoy mui sic, laughter and fun, and simI ulating exercise all in one night for hardly anything at all! ’ Just stop in at 4959 York i Blvd., Highland Park, and you ; will be greeted by the most • modem skateland in the Northi east area. Grand opening for Elroy’s Skateland is set for May 3a Reservations for special groups such as boy or girl scouts, church dubs or even i birthdays or anniversaries can be made by phoning 326-7911 from 2 to 4 p.m. and from 7 ( to 10 pm. ' Free lessons are also offered free of charge for all begini ners.
For good eating, exercise, try Fairwo, House [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
For good eating, exercise, try Fairwo, House F" i, i p -n j i u. , nim, i '• &gt; ff d II lilC 3| %I . I Th« Fairway Houm at the Arroyo-Seoo golf oouraa la idaally situated to combine exercise and good eating. The gourmet can build up a raw* enous appetite for the good foods offered by the Fairway House Restaurant. A fast 18 holes of golf puts enjoyment to the Fairway House's notable cuisine, especially on Wednesday which is designated as smorgasbord day. Both lunch and dinner is served a la the Scandinavian bounty. Fittingly it la also family day when parents bring their entire brood to enjoy the festive meal. With the many hot nights facing us in the near future, the Fairway House will become the gathering place for many social affairs offering the coolness of Southern California cannings, with a dash of daring added.
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
UIL win PARK RACING S DAYS A WEEK Tots, through Sat. to July 27 33 MJORSTAKES RACES SpocM Futures Diily Rattmi State Nnr at Siitl Writ. TkM ttopt. HtlywMd Park, iHlwM.CtUfoniU.cirptaMOltafn •MW hf any Mr or day* MOwiaMMg ADMISSION HUCSS HUMatTAMI M®° taa. pFIRST RACE-i WEEKDAYS 1:45 a*ta»tbM. ias SATORIAYS 1:1$ htMk»M m HOLLYWOOD PARK